• General Health
    Start here for general resources on a variety of health topics as well as health news resources. This section also includes links to online dictionaries, encyclopedias, and atlases.
  • Directories
    Find a health care professional, hospital or clinic.
  • Alternative and Complementary Medicine
    Information resources on alternative medicine, procedures, and treatments.
  • Communicating with Healthcare Providers
    Good communication between you and your healthcare providers is important.  These resources can help you prepare for your next visit.
  • Disease Information
    This page lists resources by specific disease: Alzheimer's Disease, Arthritis, Cancer, Diabetes, Heart Disease, HIV/AIDS, and Influenza (flu).
  • Drug Information, Medical Tests, and Medical Procedures
    This page lists resources for drug information, medical tests, and medical procedures to help you with questions before, during and after your doctor appointments.
  • Environmental Health and Toxicology
    Want to know more about how things in your environment (from your house to your community to your workplace) affect your health? Explore the resources on this page.
  • Health Information for Kids, Teens, Seniors, Men, and Women
    This page provides resources by population group, so whether you're 8 or 79, man or woman, you can find targeted health information that is relevant to you.
  • Mental Health
    Mental health is a large component of our well-being, even though it may be hard to define. It can be affected by any number of factors, including physical conditions. This resource page includes resources on general mental health and Post-Traumantic Stress Disorder.
  • Multicultural and Multilingual Health Information
    For health information in different languages, as well as health information in English for people from many different cultures, visit this resource page.
  • Personal and Family Health History
    Find resources to help you organize information about your health and your family health history.
  • Using and Evaluating Health Information
    Finding good health information takes practice. Use these resources to help you evaluate the information you find.
  • Bio-Medical Library Information
    Find information on the Bio-Medical Library, including hours, directions, and services.

Subject Specialist

Katherine Chew

305 Diehl Hall
(612) 626-3017