If you have questions pertaining to mental or physical health, it is always best to consult a medical professional. Use the links below as resources that can supplement the information that you receive from your doctor.
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- Information about Human Services Agencies
- Food and shelter providers
- Child care resources
- Special services for seniors
- Volunteer opportunities
- Support for community crisis or disaster recovery
- County and city information
MedlinePlus: A gateway to a diverse array of health information from a variety of sources, the content on this site must meet strict quality and accuracy criteria. The National Institutes of Health, among other organizations, screen the content contained on the site - an excellent site for all types of health topics.
NetWellness: The content on this site is created and maintained by medical faculty at the University of Cincinnati, Case Western, and The Ohio State University. It provides understandable content with you, the patient, in mind.
EBSCO Publishing: As public concern about Pandemic H1N1 and the upcoming flu season continues to grow, the medical and nursing editors from EBSCO Publishing are responding by offering the latest evidence-based flu-related information for free. Please visit this site often and feel free to share, post, and email this link to your colleagues, family and friends.
Finding Help in Tough Times: Offered through the State Library of Ohio, this site offers health, housing, parenting, senior, employment and financial assistance.
The number of websites dedicated to medical and health information can be overwhelming. To help, we have provided a few websites by category.