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A User's Guide to Finding and Evaluating Health Information on the Web Millions of Americans search for health information on the Web every year. Whether the health information is needed for personal reasons or for a loved one, millions of health-related Web pages are vi... Details >Medical Library AssociationCancer Information: Where To Find Help This booklet contains listings of organizations that provide information on preventing, treating and living with cancer.... Details >American Institute for Cancer ResearchCancer: What Does That Newspaper Article Really Say?Newspapers often publish summaries of recent medical studies that claim to have found new ways to lower your risk for cancer. You need to know if this information is accurate. Learning how to analyze ... Details >National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of HealthFinding Care: Getting Trusted Medical Information This page links to resource materials from other organizations on getting trusted medical information. Links cover finding quality health care, quick checks for quality health care, and more.... Details >American Association for Respiratory CareFinding Health Information Online As health care consumers, we must decide which information is good based on common sense, sound judgment, and some general guidelines. That can be hard. The American Association of Retired Persons giv... Details >AARPFinding Quality Information: Guide to Health Care Quality Today, you can find a great deal of information about health care quality, both online and in print. This page discusses tools on finding quality information, including report cards, accreditation, an... Details >Agency for Healthcare Research and QualityGuide to Health Care Quality: How to Know It When You See ItThis guide is designed to help you get quality health care, stay healthy, and recover faster when you become sick. Tips are provided to help you be active in making decisions about your health care. ... Details >Agency for Healthcare Research and QualityHealth On the Net Foundation Code of Conduct for Medical and Health Web Sites The HONcode Principles evolved from discussions with Webmasters, patient support groups and medical professionals in several countries. Website displaying the HONcode logo are expected to honor thes... Details >Health On the Net Foundationhealthfinder.gov Selection Policy for Health Web Siteshealthfinder® is a gateway consumer health information Web site from the United States government. The goal of the Web site is to improve consumer access to selected health information from government... Details >Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, U.S. Department of Health and Human ServicesHow to Evaluate Health Information on the InternetMillions of consumers are using the Internet to get health information. And thousands of Web sites are offering health information. Some of those sites are reliable and up-to-date; some are not. This ... Details >U.S. Food and Drug Administration
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