Use Google and Google Scholar to help you brainstorm about your topic.
To get more relevant search results in Google, limit your search by domain, for example .edu, .org, .gov, .net. Enter your keywords followed by the command site:[domain]. For example, if your topic is the stress in college students, then you might type into the search box:
stress "college students" site:edu
Google Scholar contains scholarly literature and is also a good place to start refining your search terms.
Look for the FullText@BloomU links on the right side to obtain articles. If you're off-campus, go to Menu >> Settings >> Library links, search for 'Bloomsburg,' and save the links for Bloomsburg so they'll appear in search results. This allows you to access the library's full-text resources when off-campus.
Professional nursing journals
These two journals specifically relate to health promotion for college students. Try searching for your issue in either or both of them.