• Celebrate Safely with Fireworks

    Thousands of Americans are injured each year in firework accidents. If you plan to celebrate with your own fireworks, certain precautions can help prevent injuries.

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  • An Action Plan for Asthma

    If you have asthma, a key tool to help manage it is your Asthma Action Plan. It includes information about your symptoms and medicines.

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  • Expanding Your Vegetable Choices

    Look beyond the potato, the tomato, and the lettuce leaf when considering which vegetables to include your meals. Eating more of and a variety of vegetables can lower your risk for many diseases.

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  • Antibiotic Awareness

    Antibiotics are medicines that help fight infections by killing bacteria. But over time, certain bacteria can change in such a way that antibiotics don’t affect them. This is called antibiotic resistance.

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COVID-19 Resource Center

Information about COVID-19 continues to evolve. Learn how you can keep you and your family safe as this infectious disease continues to circulate. You'll find details about symptoms, treatment, and prevention, including vaccines.

CONDITIONS & TREATMENTS
Adult Health Library

From allergies to travel medicine, this is the place to find detailed information on a wide range of health conditions, illnesses, and treatments.

Pediatric Health Library

This comprehensive library covers the critical childhood health topics, from stages of growth and development to disease and injury prevention.

Tests & Procedures

Information on more than 370 topics, featuring illustrations designed to clarify complex anatomy and procedures.

    WELLNESS LIBRARY

    Don’t feel guilty about snacking! Eating small, frequent meals can help you control your weight and stay fueled throughout the day. Just make sure your snacks—and those you serve your kids—are nutritious.

    Experts are increasingly urging people to know their BMI, a figure that takes into account not just weight but also height to indicate body fat.

    Coronary artery disease (CAD) is the most common type of heart disease. It is the leading cause of death in the United States in both men and women. Determine your risk for developing CAD using this assessment tool.