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U.S. Government Resources

The U.S. Government provides many resources in order to supply you with more information about what is available on a broader level.

U. S. Department of Health & Human Services

Provides information on aging, disasters and emergencies, diseases and conditions, drug and food information, families and children, reference collections, and resource locators.

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Sponsored by the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, U. S. Dept. of Health & Human Services

  Health Finder 

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Provides a Health Library and Consumer Guides. Health Library topics include guide to diseases, conditions, and injuries, guide to diagnostic and surgical procedures. Consumer guides include health insurance, Hospice, hospitals, long term care, Medicaid, Medicare, nursing homes, prescription drugs, and support groups.


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Provides authoritative information from government agencies, a medical dictionary and a medical encyclopedia. Pages include health topics, drugs and supplements, news, directories, and other resources.

Women's Health

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This site includes health topics, health organizations, health tools,, publications, and statistics regarding women's health.


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Developed by the National Institute on Aging and the National Library of Medicine, both part of the National Institutes of Health. Topics include arthritis, osteoporosis, hearing loss, low vision, sleep & aging, and taking medicines.


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This site provides information on topics such as adolescent health, aging and elderly health, bone health, family history, genetics and genomics, global health, health-related quality of life, healthy joints, men’s health, women’s health, nutrition, and physical activity.

Cancer Topics, National Cancer Institute, NCI, U. S. National Institutes of Health


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Provides information on types of cancer, prevention, treatment, screening and testing, and coping with cancer.