Physical Health Resources

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Division of Aging Services:

Report Abuse and/or Exploitation of Elder Persons or Adults with Disabilities. Visit this site for information on how to contact the national hotline.


Medical Dictionary:

Confused by medical terminology? Want to know more about your diagnosis? Type the word that you would like to find. If you're not sure of the spelling, type the first few letters, followed by an asterisk(*).


Using Medicine Safely:

Visit this site for articles on Buying & Using Medicine Safely, Drug Safety Communications, Index to Drug-Specific Information, Medication Guides and more.


Women's Health:

Visit this site for tips on Pregnancy, Parenting, Sex & Relationships, Healthy Living and other topics.


Healthy Recipes:

Ready to get healthy in the kitchen? Here are some quick and easy recipes for good food on the go. 


Men's Health:

Visit this site for tips on Parenting, Sex & Relationships, Healthy Living, Hair Loss, and other topics.


Living With Arthritis:

Over 50 million Americans have arthritis, making it the number one cause of disability in the country. That means 1 in every 5 adults, 300,000 children and countless families. These numbers are only going to keep growing—unless we take a stand. The first steps in conquering arthritis are learning the facts, understanding your condition and knowing that help is by your side.


Vegan Life:

Navigating various aspects of vegan living can feel overwhelming at times. The following website was created to make it easier. This site features recipes, lifestyle tips, shopping hacks, and more! 


Living With Diabetes: 

This is the place to begin your education about diabetes. This site provides basic overviews of the major issues surrounding diabetes, with plenty of links to more in-depth information if you need it.


Teen Health Tips:

From growing up to getting braces, popping pimples to catching some ZZZs, this website gives you the basics on the changing body and mind of a teenager. There is information for teens, for parents of teens, and even for kids!