General Health Resources
WebMD provides a wealth of information about many health issues including health conditions, medications, wellness resources, and a symptoms checker.
Mayo Clinic- Patient Care & Health Information
The Mayo Clinic is known worldwide for innovative medical research and patient care. Their patient care and health information website provides information on conditions, medications, treatments, and procedures.
Medications and Supplements
Medline plus is a resource used by patients and healthcare providers to research the uses, effectiveness, and side effects of drugs and supplements.
The People's Pharmacy
The People's Pharmacy website provides a wide-range of eduactional resources related to medicine and health.
Prescribers' Digital Reference
The Prescribers' Digital Reference is an up-to-date resource for all medications. A handy search tool allows you to access in-depth information about your medications.
National Institutes of Health- Office of Dietary Supplements
The National Institutes of Health has compiled a wealth of resources related to safety, effectiveness, and uses of dietary supplements.
Women's Health Resources
Office on Women's Health
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has quality, reliable information and educational materials related to almost every aspect of women's health.
Healthywomen.org is a great resource for all aspects of women's health. The topics and resources available on the website are informative and relatable. They offer blogs, articles, webinars, and more.
Fitness and Nutrition Resources
HHS-Fitness Resources Center
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has a variety of physical activity and healthful eating resources including online tools, blogs, and articles.
Live Healthy Iowa
Live Healthy Iowa provides resources and challenges to help you connect with others to help you meet your fitness goals.
PHYSICAL HEALTH RESOURCES
Below, you will find information and resources related to maintaining and imyour physical health and well-being.
These resources are not intended to replace professional medical care or advice but to complement professional healthcare.