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AMA Information for Patients
The Journal of the American Medical Association maintains a collection of information on a variety of health topics. Features Features are articles written by subject matter experts and health communicators. They can be topic or event driven as well as capturing the full scope of the CDC's work, perfect for patient education.
A free differential diagnosis PDA tool to help with differential diagnosis, based on the Current Diagnosis Lange series of books by McGraw-Hill.
Contains articles on over 7,000 diseases and disorders. It is evidence-based, providing current practice guidelines in 62 medical specialties.
Health Sciences Online
Health Sciences Online identifies itself as a virtual learning center. It provides free links to a collection of courses and references in medicine, public health, nursing, and other health sciences disciplines.
HIV Insite
Information on HIV/AIDS treatment, prevention, and policy from the University of California San Francisco.
Instructions to Authors in the Health Sciences
These pages contain links to Web sites which provide instructions to authors for over 3,500 journals in the health and life sciences.
Martindale's Health Sciences Guide
Currently the Health Science Guide contains lists and links to over 133,200 medical cases & grand rounds, 61,800 teaching files, 1,260 courses/textbooks, 1,635 tutorials, 420 journals, 4,210 databases, atlases & image databases, & 1,000's of movies.
NORD National Organization for Rare Diseases
NORD maintains searchable databases and an alphabetical index of disease names--Index of Rare Diseases, Rare Disease Database, Organizational Database, and the Orphan Drug Designation Database. is a biographical dictionary of medical eponyms. Its purpose is to present a survey of medical phenomena named for a person, with a biography of that person.

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