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An excellent site run by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention with access to news, health information and US health data and statistics. From this site you can also access the following sites hosted by the CDC, or use the links here for direct access to each.
and Mortality Weekly Reports
Accessible data from the CDC journal, with a useful search facility and ability to go directly to Morbidity and Mortality Tables. Each report is also available in full text: Portable Document Format (PDF). US data only.
Center for Emerging and Zoonotic
Infectious Diseases (NCEZID)
The NCEZID works to protect people at home and around the world from emerging and zoonotic infectious diseases ranging from A to Z—anthrax to Zika.
Prevention Guidelines Database
Full text articles of all information in this database, including outbreak and case reports of infectious diseases, in addition to recommendations and guidelines for prevention and treatment.
for Professionals in Infection Control
Easily accessible information about APIC, a voluntary international organisation promoting healthcare epidemiology. Features of the site include a forum for professionals, a network list and a resource centre containing abstracts from the American Journal of Infection Control.
A useful access point for all WHO information, including the World Health Reports and the Weekly Epidemiological Record.
School of Hygiene and Tropical
Information on research topics centres and contacts within LSHTM, Britains national school of public health.
Institute of Environmental Health
The Chartered Institute of Environmental Health is a professional, awarding and campaigning body at the forefront of environmental and public health and safety.
Government Hygiene Information
Consumer information from the US Federal Government, containing advice on kitchen hygiene to prevent food-borne infections.
European Food Information Council
EUFIC is an independent, non-profit-making organisation that provides health educators, opinion leaders and the news media with science-based information on foods and food-related issues in order to inform consumers in the European Union on nutritional quality and safety of foods.
Hospitality Institute of Technology
and Management (HITM)
HITM is a food science-based company for the retail food industry focussing on HACCP principles and practices with relevant scientific research and consulting materials. This site includes over 100 references on handwashing.
Handwashing Requirements in a Restaurant.
a health & wellness site with lots of
syndroms explained in lay langauge
What Are Foodborne Pathogens?
The project -- OnlineSchools.org -- is a general information website with many resources useful to prospective students interested in advancing their education. Among the many subjects covered on our site, we discuss the offline and online educational paths one can follow to obtain a degree in public health or a related field.
As a valuable resource to anyone interested in a career in public health, I thought the project could be of interest to yourself and others who frequently visit the AeGU site.
This site has a new and improved search tool for accredited college degree programs. It is so critical that folks attend accredited programs to ensure they receive transferable credits and qualify for financial aid.
This organization has created a location based search tool for universities, online colleges, and community colleges across the nation (with a nice Google maps interface). The site also provides some very relevant college statistics and information.
Public Health programs:
Public Health Degrees
dedicated to providing free higher
education tools and information for
current and future college students and
education and resources
Coursera: Discover an online course and enroll today
Online Biology Degree: list and description of Online Schools Offering Biology and Related Science Programs.
How to study in Germany
Master Courses in
Decubitus (Druckgeschwür)-Prophylaxe und Therapie.
The Consumer Justice
Foundation is committed to educating
the public about the dangers of
prescriptions and defective products.
Online, Asbestos, Mesothelioma Alliance,
Awareness Center, Pleural
Mesothelioma, Mesothelioma Group,
Lawyer Center, Malignant Mesothelioma
Guide, Mesothelioma Specialists,
Mesothelioma Help, Mesothelioma Clinic, Mesocare.org, Mesothelioma, Mesothelioma Help Now,
Mesothelioma Fund, Mesothelioma explained,
Celiac diseaseStaying Healthy with Celiac Disease
- American Type Culture
Collection Home Page
- Amoeba Gif
- an introduction
- Bacteria: Aerobes Rods
- Bacterial and Mycotic
- Bacterial Morphology
- Biological Warfare
- Borrelia burgdorferi
- Cells Alive
Microbiology - immune system, etc.
- Ciliates History,
Classification, morphology, research,
- Didinium GIF
- Digital Learning
Center for Microbial Ecology
- Disease Information
Diseases arranged alphabetically
- Drug Dangers
- Euglenophyta: Euglena
- Fossil Record of the
- Fungi: Introduction
- Gallo, Robert
- Hepatitis A, B, and C
- Human Immunodeficiency
Virus (HIV) Illustration,
- Influenza A Virus
- Introduction to the
- Introduction to the
Chlorophyta Green algae
- Introduction to the
- Introduction to the
- Introduction to the
- Lung Cancer Alliance
- Life History and
Ecology of Bacteria
- Lyme Disease: Borrelia
- Malaria Life Cycle
- microbal ecology
- Microbe Zoo
- Microbiology and
- Molds in Food
- Mycotic and Bacterial
- NanoWorld Homepage
- National Parks and wildlife conservation
- Nursinghome Abuse
- Paramecium GIF
Eukaryotes, and Viruses Tutorial
- Protist Picture Galery
- Serratia marcescens
- Slime Molds,
- Spirochaetes General
- Stentor GIF
- Streptococcal Chain
- Systematics of the
- T4 Bacteriophage
- Viruses: Introduction
- Vorticella GIF
- West Nile Virus Alert, fact sheets
I wanted to say thank you for offering such a great health and wellness resource library to your readers. Sites like yours encourage the US Health Corps team to keep an open conversation about what we can all be doing to take better care of ourselves, so thank you for being a source of inspiration for us!
I found a few other resources I thought you might like to update your page with, so I encourage you to share any of these you think your audience will find helpful on your site:
When you’ve got the sniffles and a sore throat, it can be hard to diagnose the cause. Understanding the differences between a cold, the flu and allergies will help you choose the best treatment.
Having a sick baby can be a scary time for parents. This two-part guide has helpful advice to ease the anxiety for parents caring for little ones.
Often, people believe they’ve caught a “bug,” but they’re actually dealing with allergies. This article discusses the most common offenders and how to combat them.
Your environment can help or hurt your chances of getting sick. Read about ways to reduce your chances of getting common ailments.
Learn about common indoor allergens and the best approach for limiting irritation.
This resource guide provides articles, tips, and other advice to help you rid your home of animal and insect allergens so that you can feel healthy and thrive in your home.
Learn the connection between your diet, how you feel and how you can boost your immunity to common illnesses.
Falling victim to foodborne illness is not only a miserable experience, but it can also weaken our immune systems and make it easier for other germs to work their way into our systems. Properly cleaning produce significantly cuts this risk.
This condition, also known as increased intestinal permeability, affects millions of people each year and can cause a variety of pesky symptoms. Luckily, it’s easy to treat.
If you come across anything new and exciting you think I should pass onto others, please send them my way! Or, if you’re interested in a research-based article on the topic, I’d be happy to write one. Just let me know!
Thank you,Kim Thomas
2885 Sanford Ave SW #35235 ǀ Grandville, MI ǀ 49418
let me know if you don’t find this
information useful, and I’ll remove you
from our future outreach efforts.
As I mentioned before, I would really appreciate if you’d add a few more health-focused resources to your pages. Here those are again:
Thanks again for all you’re doing, and if you think of a way I can help you more (maybe by sending you more info or writing a post you can add to your site), please let me know!
Thanks in advance,