When it comes to your health, it’s important to learn all you can. The following resources can help you learn more and keep better track of your well-being.
Please remember that the information on these sites is not intended to replace the advice of a medical doctor. If you have any questions, please your physician.
Nutritional supplements can be valuable for your health, but they can interact with your current medications or conditions also. If you are currently taking supplements or plan on starting, make sure your provider is aware. If you are unsure whether supplements are a good idea, talk to your provider or our dietitian about how they can impact your health both positively and negatively.
The U.S. government’s portal to a variety of nutrition-related information
Calorie counts and nutrition information for thousands of foods.
Thousands of enlightened recipes, plus nutrition information and cooking tips.
Easy-to-understand condition information, health calculators and tools
Current information in more than 35 disease and lifestyle categories.
The latest news, useful health tools and a secure area to manage your family’s health information online
Basic condition information, drug overviews and a message board.
Recipes, forums and health information grounded in evidence-based complementary medicine
Government portal offering varied information pertinent to women’s health
World Health Organization Travel Medicine
A overview of recommended vaccines and measures to help minimize your risk while traveling
American Psychological Association
Condition information, news and access to the APA Help Center.
The largest, oldest independent mental health social network created and run by mental health professionals
Keep track of your diet and exercise with this free tool.
Helpful resources and tools for running enthusiasts.
A slew of information, including free online newsletters, for those who practice yoga
Walking at About.Com
Extensive information, tools and gear advice