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    Talk to a Doctor About Depression: Quick Guide to Healthy Living
    Depression is a real illness. Most people with depression feel better when they get treatment. That’s why it is important to talk to a doctor as soon as possible.... Details >
    National Health Information Center, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
    Ask Me 3  External Links Disclaimer Logo
    This site emphasizes the three main questions to ask when you see your doctor, nurse, or pharmacist.... Details >
    Partnership for Clear Health Communication
    Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing: Tips for Working With Your Doctor  External Links Disclaimer Logo
    Tips on how to improve communication at the doctor's office if you are deaf or hard-of-hearing.... Details >
    American Academy of Family Physicians
    Going to a Psychologist, Psychiatrist, or Therapist  External Links Disclaimer Logo
    If you are having troubles with your emotions, your behavior or feelings you may need to see a psychologist, a psychiatrist, or therapist. This article explains who these people are, what they do, and... Details >
    Nemours Foundation
    Going to the Dentist  External Links Disclaimer Logo
    Going to the dentist can be scary for kids. This fact sheet explains to children what happens at the dentist's office, what happens if they have a cavity and gives the meanings of some words the denti... Details >
    Nemours Foundation
    Going to the Doctor  External Links Disclaimer Logo
    Going to the doctor can be a scary thought for children. This fact sheet explains to children what they can expect at a regular medical checkup.... Details >
    Nemours Foundation
    Questions Are the Answer: Get More Involved With Your Health Care
    You can improve your care and the care of your loved ones by taking an active role in your health care. This guide can help you learn to ask questions, understand your condition, and evaluate your opt... Details >
    Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
    Talking With Your Doctor: A Guide for Older People  External Links Disclaimer Logo
    The material available here was designed to help older people communicate successfully with their doctors -- includes information on preparation for a doctor's visit and sharing sensitive information.... Details >
    National Institute on Aging Information Center
    Time to Talk: Tell Your Doctor About Your Use of Complementary and Alternative Medicine
    Also available in: Spanish
    Did you know that almost two-thirds of people aged 50 and older are using some form of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM)? According to a recent survey less than one-third of those people ta... Details >
    National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, National Institutes of Health
    What Should I Ask My Doctor About Cancer?  External Links Disclaimer Logo
    Doctors differ in how much information they give to people with cancer and their families. It is your responsibility to ask questions and become educated about your treatment and health - to become an... Details >
    American Cancer Society
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