This is the consumer information site from the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO). The site includes information on 120 types of cancer, strategies for coping, and healthy living after diagnosis. Cancer.Net En Español provides information for Spanish speakers as well.
Key tips about nutrition and weight, physical activity, disease and injury prevention, stress management, and medical care are provided in English and Spanish by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
This site helps individuals struggling with drug addiction and alcoholism. Resources on a wide range of recovery topics are provided, including treatment options, information on clinical trials, holistic approaches, and resources to turn to after treatment is completed. There are also message boards and online support resources where visitors can share their stories.
The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (previously the American Dietetic Association) offers eating tips and ways to become healthier, how to maintain your health, and how to help manage various diseases through proper nutrition. The Diseases, Allergies, and Health Conditions section covers nutrition for special conditions such as allergies, food intolerances, and other issues.
Some materials are available in Chinese and Spanish.
HealthyGallatin.org was creating to explain and promote the programs and services that the health department offers to our community. The Gallatin City-County Health Department is overseen by the Board of Health and is dedicated to protecting and promoting the health of county residents and the environment through the efforts of dedicated and skilled employees.
From the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), HealthFinder is designed to be easy to use. The simple, engaging design offers information and tools to help users learn and stay healthy without being overwhelming. Also, they offer the same website for Spanish speaking individuals
Whether you’re thinking about motherhood, trying to conceive, or already pregnant, this section of WomensHealth.gov will help you learn what you can do before, during, and after pregnancy to give your baby a healthy start to life.
Healthy Roads Media Literacy, health-literacy, illness, aging, disability, and language are all issues that can pose barriers to obtaining basic health information. This site contains free health education materials in a number of languages in video format, including new content optimized for use on mobile devices.
Find information related to diseases and conditions, fitness and wellness, elder care, mental health and nutrition.
The premier online resource for children's health information, KidsHealth is divided into three main sections for Parents, Kids, and Teens. Each section has significant content available in Spanish, accessible by clicking the “En Español” button (bottom of left sidebar).
Trusted health information from the National Institutes of Health. Find up-to-date information about diseases, drugs and medical conditions.
One-stop access to U.S. government mental health information. The site is designed in easy-to-read format and includes resources to talk about mental health, jumpstart conversations in your community and stories of hope and recovery. The Get Immediate Help button is on every page.
This web site provides information about commonly abused drugs and their effects, addiction science, treatment approaches, and related topics. It is a service of the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), which is charged with bringing the power of science to bear on drug abuse and addiction.
The mission of the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) is to help Americans understand and get treatment for mental illness. The web site provides information on specific conditions, treatments, clinical trials, local resources, and for special populations such as kids, teens, and seniors.
SuperKids Nutrition was founded by a registered dietician to promote good nutrition; it offers health information for parents, kids and health educators through a blog, activities and links to even more online resources. For parents, there are tips and toolkits to promote healthy living in the family. For kids, an animated SuperKids Crew teaches about nutrition, and there are fun activities to print and complete.
The Center for Spirituality & Healing at the University of Minnesota provides excellent information for consumers on complementary therapies and healing practices. Click on the Healing Practices and the Conditions A-Z sections for information on complementary practices and conditions that benefit from using a complementary approach to healing, finding practitioners, and healthy living.
Find resources on the virus and prevention.
This well-designed section of the USDA web site focuses on diets and nutrition for specific diseases and disorders, including allergies and food sensitivities, AIDS/HIV, cancer, diabetes, digestive diseases and disorders, eating disorders, heart disease, and osteoporosis. Links provide easy access to additional resources for each health condition.