Medical Statistics Resources at NLM

From Cynthia Burke: The National Library of Medicine (NLM) responds to more than 100,000 questions each year.  Regularly asked questions become Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). NLM Reference and Consumer Health FAQs are at http://www.nlm.nih.gov/services/faqref.html . Our FAQs are reviewed and updated frequently. Our FAQs link to resources at NLM, national and international government

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Enhanced RSS feeds from MedlinePlus

From Terri Ottosen: MedlinePlus enhanced its Health News RSS feeds this week. The MedlinePlus Health News feeds now include images and hyperlinks to corresponding MedlinePlus Health Topics. The images add visual interest to the feeds and the Health Topic links allow subscribers to quickly and easily access information on the diseases, conditions,

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Healthfinder.gov tutorial for librarians

(Submitted by Brandi Tuttle) From American Libraries Direct 3/25/2009: Librarians looking for a credible and easy-to-use health promotion and wellness online resource for their customers should visit Healthfinder.gov. This is a National Health Information Center website full of personalized health information and tools presented in an easy-to-read format with simple navigation. The

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Newly Designed healthfinder.gov site

From Terri Ottosen: healthfinder.gov: The Health Promotion Information Resource Librarians Have Been Searching For Librarians looking for a credible and easy-to-use health promotion and wellness online resource for their customers should visit http://www.healthfinder.gov. healthfinder.gov is a Government Web site full of personalized, actionable health information and tools presented in an easy-to-read format

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