Resources | Advice and Links to trusted health information
|Uncovering Your Health Risks|
Understand what a health risk really means, why you should care and online resources to help you find out your personal risk of disease.
|Online Health Resources: Trusted Sources|
Here are a few suggestions for reliable, accurate online health information.
|Finding Health Information You Can Trust|
Want to learn how to separate quality health information from inaccurate or even dangerous websites? These expert resources can help you know what to look for.
Prepared Patient Voices | In-depth features with insights from doctors, health care experts and patients
|Need Help With Your Mental Health?|
How can you distinguish clinical depression from day-to-day sadness - and when does it require professional help?
|Vitamins and Supplements: Before You Dive In|
Vitamins, herbs and other dietary supplements are sold as natural alternatives to pharmaceuticals and many people turn to them in an attempt to improve their health.
|How to Make the Most of Your Doctor Visit|
Over the years, the Center for Advancing Health has listened to hundreds of people discuss their experiences with their health and health care. One thing that seems to come up for many people is how hard it can be to find good health care and make the most of it, which includes knowing what to do at a doctor's appointment. We've come up with these tips to help.
Health Care Shortfalls for LGBT Young Women
Online Social Networking Linked to Use of Web for Health Info