We believe that patient education is a vital part of the effort to promote a healthy lifestyle as well as prevention of health problems. We have found that informed patients take a more active role in their healthcare management, resulting in greater success. Here are a few sites that you may find helpful:
The AMA has been promoting the art and science of medicine and the enhancement of public health since 1847.
The American Cancer Society saves lives through cancer information services, community events, research, advocacy and international programs.
The AHA’s mission is to build healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke.
The American Diabetes Association leads the fight against the deadly consequences of diabetes and fights for those affected by diabetes through research, community services and information.
The Centers for Disease Control is your online source for credible health information regarding diseases and conditions, emergency preparedness, environmental health, healthy living and workplace safety.
WebMD provides better information for better health on topics such as eating and diet, healthy living, mental health, parenting and pregnancy and health conditions.
Online site for Prevention Magazine, providing information on topics such as health, weight loss, fitness, nutrition, age-defying beauty and healthy recipes.