These websites are our top choices for finding reliable health information.
The premier consumer health information site from the National Library of Medicine. It should be the first stop for all your consumer health questions.
This site is produced by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and provides links to reliable health information.
Patient Education Handouts for Clinicians
Links to sites with handouts for clinicians, including Spanish-language handouts. Consumers will also benefit from these sites.
Internet for School Nurses
Links to health information needs of school nurses; includes a list of links for health information written for children and adolescents.
Health Services in Oregon
Links to sites where you can find health services in Oregon. This includes links to license verification for doctors and other health professionals, directories that list health and human services in Oregon, information and referral services for Oregonians, and more.
Library of Congress: Locating Health & Medical Information
A list of sources used in the Science Reading Room at the Library of Congress to aid in finding health and medical information.
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