Helpful information for cancer patients and family.
Your link to nutrition and health.
General medical information including articles from JAMA.
BrainNet distributes information related to the central nervous system.
CDC offers credible information to make health decisions.
Information source for the clinical trials industry.
A comprehensive registry of all clinical trials for serious illnesses provided by the National Institutes of Health.
Consumer health information.
From the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, this searchable site links consumers to health publications, groups, organizations, and information on medical conditions. The site features a Spanish version and a kid’s section.
This search engine and directory includes a worldwide selection of medical resources. The site is available in French.
This site is a “virtual health village” where you can access information, products, and services to help create a wellness-based lifestyle. The site includes an extensive alternative medicine section.
Health information from the National Library of Medicine.
The mission of MayoClinic.com is to help people find the answers and the support they need to manage illness and stay healthy. Updated daily, the site offers articles on illnesses and diseases, drugs, first aid, and more.
This site provides an online medical library and the Physician Finder, a tool for locating doctors who are members of the American Medical Association.
World’s largest medical library.
This site offers searchable information on diseases and conditions, genetics, drugs and herbs, pregnancy, and healthy living issues such as nutrition and exercise.
This site offers information on mental health disorders, diagnoses, research, treatments, and more.
This searchable site lists symptoms and treatments of mental health problems, and it provides links to newsgroups, articles, and mailing lists.
You can search this site for prescription drug information.
You can search this site for prescription drug information even if you don’t know exactly how to spell the name of the drug.
Associations and Organizations
This site provides links to organizations and associations devoted to specific health issues.
PubMed provides citations for medical journal articles. The articles are designed for medical professionals and use technical language. PubMed does not provide the full text of articles, but you can use the citation information to request the articles from the library.