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- National Library of Medicine/National Institutes of Health
An excellent source for most medical questions, the following link, Information Rx, gives evidence-based health information. Do you have questions about your lab results? Try this site.
- American Academy of Family Physicians
This site includes articles on many specific topics, a Body Mass Index calculator, a “search by symptom” feature, medication information, a dictionary, and some great health links. For example, do you have questions about what mono is? Click on this.
- American Academy of Pediatrics
If you want to read about children’s health topics, this is the place. Immunizations, ADHD, breastfeeding, asthma are included.
- American College of Physicians
A good source for many health topic articles, and a place to find your ideal body weight. An “in the news” link may interest you. This site describes in detail what subspecialists do.
- Assistive and Rehabilitative Services
If you have a disability from a work-related injury, the Texas Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services provides programs and support for people with disabilities and families of children with developmental delays.
- Bexar County Medical Society
- CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
The up-to-date CDC site gives us information about immunizations, travelers’ health, diseases, disabilities, and more – a very helpful resource.
- CMMS (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services)
Click here to discover more than you’d want to know about Medicare, including regulations, HIPAA, statistics and coverage.
- Mayo Clinic
The Mayo Clinic site uses an alphabetical index to let you find articles on specific diseases very quickly, with lots of links to related topics.
- National Institutes of Health
Like the CDC website, the NIH site provides up-to-date information on many diseases, and has a useful section allowing you to browse by body location and by types of conditions.
- Texas Department of State Health Services
Go here to find about Texas health-related statistics, laws and regulations, birth and death records, Medicaid, and more.
- Texas Medical Association
- Traveling Abroad: the State Department
Check this State Department site before you travel abroad.
- Workers Comp
Find out more about Texas Workers’ Compensation here.