An outstanding site for authoritative, consumer-friendly info on any
disease or health topic. Great selfcare sections provide advice on managing
and coping with illnesses such as diabetes and heart disease through a
combination of drugs, diet, exercise and social support.
This National Cancer Institute site covers all types of cancer. You'll
find detailed information on screening and symptoms, prevention, genetic
and other risk factors, treatment options, and a prognosis for each type
of cancer. You can also learn about the results of clinical trials and
A tool to estimate your risk of developing different cancers and provides
personalized tips for prevention. It doesn't tell you if you'll get cancer
or not. However, it can give you the likelihood of developing one. Anyone
can use CancerRiskInfo, but it's most accurate for people who have never
had any type of cancer.
Take a few minutes to answer some questions. Find out how to lower
your risk and where to focus your prevention efforts.
Because the best way to fight cancer is being informed in order to
keep it from starting.
This intelligent resource offers relible, in-depth information on a
full range of health issues and problems. Commentaries and Q&A's by
experts on topics ranging from headaches and fibromyalgia to thyroid disorders
and alternative medicine are very useful.
Covers all aspects of kid's health, from infections and sexual health
to growth, development, behaviour, nutrition and fitness.
The innovative Vancouver site features animations and videos on asthma,
breast self-examination, fitness, heart disease, stroke, and other health