Resources focuses on nonmedical information that can help
people with disabilities live independent, productive lives.
When we do need health or medical resources, however, we usually
start with these sites. Most of them are meta sites, or large
collections of links to other resources.
Health Information Database) is a database produced by health-related
agencies of the federal government. This database provides titles,
abstracts, and availability information for a wide variety of
health information and health education materials that are not
indexed in traditional sources.
online resources of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) offer
a wealth of authoritive, health-related information at both the
public and professional levels. This page explains the key NIH
resources that are available online.
consumer health and human services information web site from
the United States government" links to selected online publications,
clearinghouses, databases, web sites, and support and self-help
groups, as well as the government agencies and not-for-profit
A list of
the the 100 best consumer health websites, based on credibility,
sponsorship/authorship, content, audience, currency, disclosure,
purpose, links, design, interactivity, and disclaimers.. Includes
general health sites, women's health sites, men's health sites,
kids and parenting health sites, seniors' sites, specific health
problems, information for health professionals, drug information
resources, and more.
the National Institutes of Health, NCAM is dedicated to exploring
complementary and alternative healing practices in the context
of rigorous science; training CAM researchers; and disseminating
authoritative information. Its website includes a wide range
of information for consumers, practitioners, and researchers.
- references and abstracts from 4300 biomedical journals
- provides information for patients about clinical research studies
-DIRLINE - directory
of health organizations
-LOCATORplus - catalog
of books, journals, and audiovisuals in the NLM collections
- a single Web interface that searches multiple NLM retrieval
for medical articles? PubMed is the National Library of Medicine's
search service that provides access to over 10 million citations
in MEDLINE, PreMEDLINE, and other related databases, with links
to participating online journals. Visitors can register to order
copies of documents from a participating health science library
by using "Loansome Doc", there may be a separate charge
incurred for each article you request