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Cambridge DictionariesMerriam-Webster Dictionary
MedlinePlus Medical DictionaryMerriam-Webster Medical DictionaryMultilingual Glossary of Technical and Popular Medical Terms in Nine European LanguagesOMD-Online Medical DictionaryRare Diseases TermsWho Named It?-Dictionary of Medical Eponyms
Adam Health Illustrated EncyclopediaEncyclopedia BritannicaColumbia EncyclopediaMedlinePlus: Medical Encyclopedia
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Atlas of the Body-AMAAnatQuest Anatomic Images OnlineHealth Education Assets Library (HEAL) digital libraryHealth on the Net (HON) imagesInside the Cell (National Institute of General Medical Science)John Martin Rare Book Room-ImagingMedical/Disease Pictures-Hardin MDMedicalImages (Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center)SciVee"YouTube" for scientists, produced by the National Science Foundation, the Public Library of Science, and the San Diego Supercomputing Center. It allows scientists to communicate their work as a multimedia presentation incorporated with the content of their published article.Visible Human Project (National Library of Medicine)
Administration on AgingAmerican Cancer SocietyAmerican Heart AssociationDepartment of Labor-Injuries, Illnesses, and FatalitiesFASTATS A-ZInfectious DiseaseKaiser Foundation State Health FactsMedlinePlus: Health StatisticsMorbidity and Mortality Weekly ReportNational Center for Injury Prevention and ControlNational Center for Health StatisticsNational Vital Statistics ReportU.S. Census BureauWorld Health Organization-StatisticsNational Center for Catastrophic Sport Injury Research
American Chiropractic Association-Find a DoctorChiropractic Colleges and LibrariesChiropractor Locators-David D. Palmer Health Sciences Library
Medical & Health Sciences Libraries on the Web-Hardin LibraryNational Library of MedicineNational Network of Libraries of Medicine
American Board of Medical SpecialtiesAIM DocFinder (Association of State Medical Board Executive Directors)American Hospital DirectoryAMA DoctorFinderDirectory of Health Organizations (DIRLINE)HealthGradesMedlinePlus: Directories-Physicians & Other Health Care Providers
Agency for Healthcare Research and QualityCenters for Disease Controland PreventionCenters for Medicare and Medicaid ServicesDepartment of Health and Human ServicesDietary Supplements Labels Database- information about ingredients in more than 2000 selected brands of dietary supplementsFood and Drug AdministrationHealthy People 2020Health Resources & Services AdministrationMorbidity & Mortality Weekly ReportNational Cancer InstituteNational Center for Complementary & Alternative MedicineNational Guideline ClearinghouseNational Institute for Occupational Safety and HealthNational Institutes of HealthOccupational Safety and Health AdministrationPan American Health OrganizationUNICEF (United Nations Children's FundU.S. Agency for International DevelopmentU.S. Government ManualProvides information on the departments of the executive, legislative, and judicial branches of the federal governmentWorld Health Organization
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University of New England Research GuidesCovers AMA, APA, and MLA writing styles including web site citation.
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