- General Health
- Drugs & Supplements
- Specific Populations
- Environmental Health & Toxicology
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- Biomedical Literature
- Over 900 health topics
- Interactive tutorials
- A medical encyclopedia with images
- Drug and supplements information
- Latest health news
- Surgery, anatomy and news videos
- Guidance for evaluating internet health information
- Population-specific health information
Resources for individuals trying to find a doctor or information about a doctor.
Drugs & Supplements
A directory of Food and Drug Administration (FDA) drug labels.
A database with label information for thousands of brand-name dietary supplements.
A portal that provides quick access to high quality drug information.
A resource that combines high-resolution images of tablets and capsules with appearance information to enable users to visually search for and identify an unknown solid dosage pharmaceutical.
A guide to programs, projects, and other resources related to specific minority populations.
A Web site designed to meet the needs of older adults. Seniors and caregivers can find information on selected topics in an easy-to-read format.
A Web portal presenting topics that pertain to women's health collected to support the mission of the NIH Office of Research on Women's Health.
A safe and useful resource for students and teachers in grades 9 - 12 to learn genetics.
Information about genetic conditions and the genes responsible for those conditions. Includes descriptions of the symptoms, diagnostic process, and treatment options.
More about GHR (Fact Sheet) | Help Me Understand Genetics
Environmental Health & Toxicology
Links jobs and hazardous tasks with occupational diseases and their symptoms.
Information on the health effects of common household products under your sink, in the garage, in the bathroom and on the laundry room shelf.
Maps of hazardous chemicals with links to related health resources.
Interactive game for 7-11 years olds with lessons about household chemical hazards.
An interactive guide about how the environment, chemicals and toxic substances affect human health.
Tox Town en español
A central resource for current information on clinical trials for AIDS patients, federally approved HIV treatment and prevention guidelines.
Provides the public information about clinical trials and opportunities to participate in the evaluation of new treatments and drugs.
More about ClinicalTrials.gov (Fact Sheet) | FAQs
Also see: Clinical Alerts and Advisories
Provides access to over 18 million references from 5,500 biomedical journals. Many of these references link to abstracts and in some cases, the full text of articles.
MEDLINE Fact Sheet | PubMed Fact Sheet | Tutorial | FAQs
Note: We cannot answer questions about individual medical cases, provide second opinions or make specific recommendations about therapy. Those issues should be discussed with your healthcare provider.