If you're getting too many search results, or if your results are just too broad overall, you can use any or all of the following refining options to further limit your results in the ACI Scholarly Blog Index:
Applying one or more of the filtering options located on the left side of the page to help you further refine your list. Just click right on any filter option - for example, date range, publication title, or Library of Congress classification. When the filter is applied, that filter option will appear at the top of your page so that you can easily see what your results are filtered by - or even click on the filter (on the left or at the top) to remove it in order to view the results without that filter.
Here's an example of a search for the keyword diabetes. Notice that this keyword search returns 690 blog posts about diabetes.
However, by applying a filter - in this case, we'll apply the Physiology LC Classification filter - our results are narrowed down to significantly fewer results. In this case, we end up with 59 results.
Now, let's take it a step further. Let's say we only wanted the most recent topics to make our diabetes-focus a little more cutting-edge. By applying the Date filter of "Past Month", it will further refine those results to those blog posts published within the past month. We've now narrowed down our results list to 8 blog posts.