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Links for Health:

  • This organization strives to make information about recalls and safety-related news about drugs, medical devices, food, and consumer products accessible to everyone in a transparent, easily understandable way.

    https://www.consumersafety.org/
  • The dermatology image atlas.

    http://www.dermatlas.org/
  • A place to play games and learn about microbes. The main aim of the project is to educate children and young people across the globe, at junior and senior school level, about microbiology, hygiene and the spread, treatment and prevention of disease. The e-Bug resources comprise of a teacher and student educational pack reinforcing an awareness of essential hygiene and antibiotic issues through detailed interactive lesson plans and an interactive website hosting complementary games, interactive quizzes, disease fact sheets and much more.

    http://www.e-bug.eu/
  • A thriving community and information resource for patients, caregivers, and families coping with diseases, disorders and chronic illness.

    http://www.healingwell.com/
  • Designed to help you, as a patient or caregiver, to better understand the many clinical lab tests that are part of routine care as well as diagnosis and treatment of a broad range of conditions and diseases.

    http://labtestsonline.org/
  • A goldmine of good health information from the world's largest medical library, the National Library of Medicine.

    http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/
  • Offering specialists, primary care physicians, and other health professionals the Web's most robust and integrated medical information and education tools.

    http://www.medscape.com/
  • A trade association representing the interests of the consumer specialty products industry a dynamic industry that provides households, institutions, and industrial customers with products that help provide a cleaner and healthier environment.

    http://www.cspa.org/
  • Providing valuable health information, tools for managing your health, and support to those who seek information.

    http://www.webmd.com/