• How Much Do You Know About Osteoporosis?

    Osteoporosis is a disease that thins and weakens a person's bones. It makes them less dense and more fragile. Test your knowledge of this disease by taking a quiz.

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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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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.

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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.

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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

    True or false: Studies suggest that people who consume lots of antioxidants (vitamin C, vitamin A, and carotenoids) from food sources have a lower cancer risk.

    Your target heart rate is the range at which sustained physical activity - running, cycling, swimming laps, or any other aerobic exercise - is considered safe and effective.

    The questions in this assessment ask about risk factors—conditions that may put you at risk for developing type 2 diabetes. The American Diabetes Association (ADA) states that the more risk factors you have, the more likely you are to develop diabetes.