Health Subject Guide


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DATABASES
Consumer Health Complete -  Patient health information.
Health Source : Nursing Academic Edition - Over 550 full-text peer-reviewed journals of medical information.
LexiPals (AHFS Consumer Medication Information) - Medication information  in a question and answer format.
Alt-Health Watch - Articles on alternative medicine.
BOOKS
Health - Health resources in our EBSCOhost eBooks collection.  Watch Demo
NWCC Library Books - Search the library catalog for books at any Learning Resource Center.  Watch Demo
VIDEOS
Health & Medicine Video Collection -  Streaming videos from Films on Demand.  Watch Demo
Health & Wellness - News clips from NBC Learn Higher Ed.  Watch Demo
WEBSITES
CAPHIS Top 100 - Links to the top 100 medical websites for consumers and patients from the Medical Library Association.
CDC - The Centers for Disease Control has health information, statistics, and interactive tools.
Drugs.com - Look up information on prescription medication.
Drug Facts - Facts about drug abuse and addiction.
Health Finder.gov - Health topics from A - Z.
Medline Plus - Patient health information from the National Library of Medicine.
Mental Health Information - Information on different mental health issues from the National Institute of Mental Health.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline - Talk to a trained professional free of charge when you are in a crisis, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Nutrition.gov - Information on healthy eating.
Public Health Image Library - Images that can be used by students and educators for presentations and teaching.
Student Development Center - Counseling, testing, and disability services at Northwest.
Teens Health - Provides information about the most important health issues for teens.
WebMD - Health information
World Health Organization - The United Nation's organization devoted to global health concerns.
SURVEY
Oxford
Health Orientation Evaluation - Rate the library instruction you received from Oxford LRC staff.