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Medical Education Online

The Internet Pathology Laboratory for Medical Education Health 


eMedicine World Medical Library from WebMD



 WebMD: Better Information. Better Health. 


N I H logo - link to the National Institutes of Health

National Institutes of Health, DHHS 

West Nile Virus website

NIH's Pain Consortium website

Diabetes Prevention website website

NIH Obesity Information website

Featured this week: National High Blood Pressure Education Program web site

NHLBI's Portion Distortion website

NIAID's HIV Vaccine Research website

NIH Loan Repayment website

Featured this week: National Institute of Nursing Research web site

Featured this week: NIH LifeWorks - Health and Medical Science Careers web site

NIH Clinical Research Center website

NCI's Nanotechnology Web Site

NIAID's Focus on Flu Prevention website

Featured this week: Database on Cognitive and Emotional Health Studies web site

Featured this week: NINDS Know Stroke web site

Featured this week: NIH Curriculum Supplement Series

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 National Kidney Disease Education Program


 NIGMS: Background: top view of DNA double helix, courtesy of UCSF Computer Graphics Laboratory




 United States National Library of Medicine



National Cancer Institute



Drugs@FDA -- links to Drugs@FDA Search Page, A Catalog of FDA Approved Drug Products



MedlinePlus Trusted Health Information for You  

 Interactive Tutorials: Over 165 slideshows with sound and pictures

Surgery videos: Videos of surgical procedures




National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute: People, Science, Health



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MedicineOnline Medical Information 



Medicine OnLine






The Merck Manuals : A digital library of authoritative medical information for all students of medicine 


  The New England Journal of Medicine



Andrew Weil, M.D.




Always be cautious when gathering information from internet resources. I have not read everything on the preceding pages and am therefore not responsible for incorrect information contained within these pages. Watch  this explanatory video: Wiki Woes.  Wikipedia is not the only site to be cautious with, and it does provide a lot of free, relevant, and accurate information.


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