Even More Links














  • Last Acts -End-of-life issues resource directory, calendar of events, and links to related sites.
  • LabTrak
  • Lancet - includes abstracts, select full text, tables and data graphs, complete contents page, links to references cited, planned search engine of back issues to 6/96, links to NEJM, Nature, and Science journals.
  • LabNotes Handbook - frequently used reference ranges from the Dept of Pathology at Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions






  • QuitNet- Volumes ofsupport materials about smoking cessation from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health


  • Radiology Teaching File
  • Running Injuries Page - thorough compendium of information about running-related injuries and their prevention by Washington, DC podiatrist Dr. Stephen Pribut
  • Respiratory Medicine Online - The National Jewish Medical and Research Center in Denver, publishers of the Journal of Respiratory Diseases, launch the first major Internet service designed
    specifically for physicians treating lung, allergic, and immune diseases.
  • ResistanceWeb - Tracking bacterial resistance to antibiotics
  • Rx SampleLink @
  • Medscape - Drug samples for physicians· offices only
  • Reproductive Rights Discussion Listserv Coordinator: R. Alta Charo, Medical College of Wisconsin
  • Remote Area Medical Volunteer Corps -All-volunteer, non-profit, airborne-relief organization which has provided medical, surgical, eye, and dental care to more than 51,000 people since 1992.
  • RxList - searchable index on drugs and medication interactions
  • Radiology Webserver - Univ of Washington in Seattle offers radiological case studies for CME online.


  • The Samaritans - international on-line suicide crisis service
  • Science of Obesity and Weight Control
  • Sky and Telescope magazine
  • SportsDoc - online examining of virtual patients to learn more about sports medicine injuries using MRIs, Xrays, surgical videos and an extensive medical library.
  • State and National Healthcare Organizations
  • Society of Teachers of Family Medicine - fine organization assisting the teachers and learners of modern family medicine. For more info you may e-mail them.
  • Spinal Cord Injury site - the more than 200,000 Americans living with spinal-cord injuries now have a place to go for information and social support.
  • Scientific American - scientific journal.
  • Support/education program for heart patients/families. Online newsletter....articles: Ask the Doctor, Cardiac Calm, Chief Surgeon's Corner, Food News, Heart Health, Psychologically
    Speaking, ...Pulse, Recipe, Rehab Rap, Thought for the Month, etc... It was submitted by Bonnie Campbell.
  • Shape Up America! - Former Surgeon General C. Everett Koop's initiative, founded in 1994, to get Americans off the couchand into better health. Includes the CyberKitchen feature to help one design a
    meal plan and estimate one's daily calorie goal based on inputted information.
  • Saint Francis Hospital - 35 North Road, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601 tel (914) 471-2000.
  • SmartTalk - patient communication productivity tool
  • Starbright - Technology, entertainment, and pediatrics come together to empower seriously ill children
  • Senior Technologies - Manufacturer and direct sales of restraint-free products including WanderGuard departure alert system (dementia & Alzheimer's), TABS mobility monitors (fall prevention), Decura therapeutic mattress (decubitis and pressure ulcers) and the Arial wireless communication system (nurse call system). Email to sti@navix.net.


  • Taiwan HealthNet
  • The Internet Medical Exchange (TIME) - directory of information about physicians
  • Telemedicine - A Guide to Assessing Telecommunications in Health Care, a new report from the Institute of Medicine
  • Telemedicine Newsgroup
  • Tumor Board - this browsable archive includes copyright-free digital pathology images.
  • TeleTriage Systems· is a leader and innovator in products for the Telephone Triage and Call Center Industries, specializing in user friendly products which provide the link between healthcare problems and solutions, need for and access to care, human beings and healthcare services.
  • Travel Medicine Clinic - hosted by the University of North Texas Health Science center at Fort Worth
  • Tobacco Free Kids - Largest nongovernment initiative against teen smoking
  • Tumor Board - copyright-free digital pathology images
  • The Testosterone Source - explore how testosterone works, learn about testosterone deficiency, and discover how to locate physicians who treat the condition; with links to the American Association of Endocrinologists (AACE); sponsored by SmithKline Beecham.
  • Tar Wars - the award-winning national tobacco education program for fifth-grade students. For info call (800) TAR-WARS



  • Virtual Frog Dissection Kit
  • Virtual Hospital - at the University of Iowa Hospital
  • Virtual Medical Center
  • Visible Human Project - Images and Animations
  • The Visible Human Project - main informational page. The main Visible Human Project home page is http://www.nlm.nih.gov/research/visible/visible_human.html. Submitted by: Richard A. Banvard Office of High Performance Computing and Communications Lister Hill National Center for Biomedical Communications National Library of Medicine, Bldg 38A, Rm B1N-30M National Institutes of Health Bethesda, Maryland 20894 301-435-3266 301-402-4080 (FAX) banvard@nlm.nih.gov
  • Vista Behavioral Health Plans - San Diego-based managed mental health care company
  • Virtual World Congress - the American College of Chest Physicians' scientific assembly in cyberspace, complete with lectures, symposia, and CME courses.
  • The Vaccine Page is a serious attempt to collect all useful information about vaccines, organize it meaningfully, present it appropriately for each of several distinct audiences, and above all, keep it up to date. It was submitted by Don Radler.
  • Virtual Human Male database - Center for Human Simulation at the Univ Colorado Health Science Center
  • Viridae conducts antiviral research and testing, consisting of a CRO, virology laboratory, and investigator site for antiviral clinical trials. Viridae is an antiviral product think tank for herpes simplex diseases, AIDS/HIV, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, and other sexually transmitted diseases. Viridae is led by Dr. Stephen L. Sacks, a world-renowned expert on sexually transmitted diseases and author of "The Truth About
    Herpes", now in its fourth edition. Submitted by Michael Jensen.




  • Yahoo! Health: Medicine - The premier on-line index of medical web sites.
  • Yaahoo: Diseases and Conditions
  • You First - fill out a health and habits questionnaire to have your "body-age" calculated. Set up by Greenstone Healthcare Services, a subsidiary of Pharmacia and Upjohn, the site offers the health risk assessment and a sixteen page analysis of personal health.
  • Your Health Daily - a service of the NY Times syndicate



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