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American Medical Association Family Medical Guide. R 613 AMER
Complete Guide to Prescription and Nonprescription Drugs. Ed. by Stephen W. Moore, M.D. R 615.1 GRIF
Consumer Reports Consumer Drug Reference. 615.1173 CONS
Diseases and Disorders. R 616 DISE
Encyclopedia of Alzheimer's Disease. Elaine A. Moore. R 616.831 MOOR
Encyclopedia of Family Health. R 610.3 ENCY
Gray's Anatomy Ed. by Charles Mayo Goss. R 611 G
Historical Encyclopedia of Nursing. Mary Ellen Snodgrass. R 610.73 SNOD
Macmillan Health Encyclopedia. R 610.3 MACM
Magill's Medical Guide. R 610.3 MAGI
Mayo Clinic Family Health Book. R 613 MAYO
Merriam-Webster's Medical Dictionary. 610.3 MERR
Mosby's Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing and Health Professions. 610.3 MOSB
Physicians' Desk Reference. R 615.1 PHYS
The Complete Encyclopedia of Medicine and Health. R 610.3 COMP
The Encyclopedia of Obesity and Eating Disorders. Dana K. Cassell and David H Gleaves, Ph.D. R 616.8526 CASS
The Medical Advisor: The Complete Guide to Alternative and Conventional Treatments. R 610.3 MEDI
The Merck Manual. Ed. by Mark H. Beers, MD. R 615.5 MERC
The New Complete Medical and Health Encyclopedia. Ed. by Richard J. Wagman, M.D. R 610.3 NEW
The Oxford Companion to the Body. Ed. by Colin Blakemore and Sheila Jennett. R 612.003 OXFO

Websites

AARP Health
Information on healthy living, health insurance and more for people 55 and over.
American Cancer Society
Dedicated to erasing cancer once and for all.
Health.gov
The U.S. government portal to health information.
National Institutes of Health
Official website for this government entity, one of the world's reading health research centers.
KidsHealth
Articles, animations, games and resources for parents, teens and children.
Mayo Clinic
This website features timely and accurate health information, including an e-newsletter on topical health issues.
Mental Health America
Dedicated to Americans living healthier mental lives.
National Cancer Institute
Comprehensive cancer information from the U.S. government.
National Center for Health Statistics
This government funded center under the helm of the Center for Disease Control provides world and national health statistics.
National Institute of Drug Abuse
Discusses the dangers of drug and alcohol abuse.
South Carolina Department of Health and Human Services
Contains state health information for adults and children, health care information and more.
Travelers' Health: Center for Disease Control
Disease outbreaks, cruise ship inspection scores, travel warnings and much more information to keeping healthy when traveling.
WebMD
Provides a wealth of health news and information, including special sections on men's health, women's health and nutrition.
World Health Organization
Lists health events and conferences and also provides health news from around the world.