Use the following links to search for helpful information on health topics related to adults and children.
Adult and Family Medicine
Familydoctor.org - Health information for the whole family from the American Academy of Family Physicians
WebMD.com - Health information and tools for managing your health from WebMD
Medlineplus.gov – Information to help answer health questions from the National Library of Medicine
www.aap.org - Health information from the American Academy of Pediatrics
KidsHealth.org - Health information about children from before birth through adolescence
Safekids.org - Organization dedicated solely to preventing unintentional childhood injury
Netsmartz.org - Activities for parents/guardians to support talks with their children and teens about Internet safety
KidsGrowth.com - Health information for parents developed by pediatricians
TeenGrowth.com - Information that focuses on the health interests and general well being of the teenage population
Womenshealthissues.net - Consumer health information provided by the HealthScout Network
Healthywomen.org - National Women's Health Resource Center site of independent health information for women
Cdc.gov - Health information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Immunizationinfo.org - National Network for Immunization Information
www.americanheart.org - The American Heart Association works to build healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke. Coronary resources are available at this site.
www.lungusa.com - Information from the American Lung Association regarding the prevention of lung disease and the promotion of lung health.
www.cancer.org - Resources and information on cancer from the American Cancer Society.
www.diabetes.org - American Diabetes Association provides diabetes research, information and advocacy.
www.arthritis.org - Public health education from the Arthritis Foundation.
Chadd.org - Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD), provides education, advocacy and support for individuals with AD/HD.