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National Institutes of Health, DHHS 

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ClinicalTrials.gov website

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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

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Featured this week: NINDS Know Stroke web site

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Introducing: NIHSeniorHealth

 

  

 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

 

 

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The Merck Manuals

 

 

MedicalStudent.com(tm) : 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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