This site is dedicated to promoting and supporting family medicine in an effort to improve the health of patients, families, and communities. More appropriate for medical professionals, the site emphasizes continuing medical education courses, family medicine journals, patient care materials for providers, and information about medical school.
Allergies and asthma are common and troubling conditions. This website, written by allergy specialists, has practical information and useful tools to help manage and prevent these conditions. Users can even submit questions to be directly answered by allergists.
This site offers timely and accurate information on diseases, conditions, tests, and procedures, all edited by physicians. Users can browse the site's collection of medical articles and access information on healthy living, diseases and conditions, treatments and procedures, and more. Consumers may also arrange appointments and consultations at Cleveland Clinic affiliates through this website.
Doctor.com allows users to search for physicians by location, specialty, and accepted insurance. There are also services specifically geared toward providers, including options for virtual appointment-setting, profile enhancement, and much more.
eMedicineHealth is a consumer health information resource that offers nearly 1,000 health articles written by physicians on various diseases and medical conditions, primarily focusing on emergency medicine.
This website, provided by the American College of Emergency Physicians, offers information about recognizing and managing medical emergencies. Consumers will find a variety of multimedia resources that offer advice about emergency services, how to prepare for emergency situations, visiting the ER, health and safety tips, and more.
This website, operated by the American Academy of Family Physicians, represents nearly 125,000 family doctors, medical residents, and medical students. Consumers can use this site to access medically-accurate information on diseases/conditions, prevention/wellness, family health, and more.
This website, called the "Uber" of health care, provides consumers with a digital platform that allows for virtual, real-time medical consultation with a health expert network comprising 100,000 providers. Consumers can post free and brief health questions to physicians (150 words or less). For a $99 monthly subscription, the consumer can get unlimited physician consultations with access to educational videos.
HealthyWomen is a leading source of independent health information for women. They provide a wide array of materials reviewed by medical professionals and reflective of current evidence-based health research. Materials provided include general health articles, news updates, tips for healthy living, and outside resources.
The women’s health section of Mayo Clinic covers basic information for women while also exploring more in-depth issues like plastic surgery, water retention, exercise benefits, and more.
This website resembles WebMD and provides medical information, newsletters, and other services, which are generally free. Content is generated by a group of more than 70 board-certified physicians, offering consumers an in-depth, interactive source of general health topics.
Medscape is a medical information and news website for physicians and other medical professionals. Users can also search the site's collection of 10,000+ informational articles on various drugs, diseases, and procedures.
This website, sponsored by Merck, has been a popular source of general health information for physicians and patients for many years. The "consumer" version is aimed at the public, while the "professional" version provides more details for physicians and other providers.
This website develops materials and programs focused on prevention, treatment, rehabilitation, and support for all people impacted by stroke. Consumers will find an extensive, multilingual resource library, stroke advocacy materials, educational publications, and more.
Physician's Briefing is a medical news service that brings consumers the latest news in health, as well as articles and videos for everyday healthy living. Topics are broken down by specialty, filtering news by subject like "Allergy," "Geriatrics," "Nursing," "Psychiatry," "Surgery," etc.
UpToDate is highly-rated medical information service for physicians. Although much of UpToDate's content resides behind a paywall, this section in particular allows users to search that site content which is available for free.
This long-standing and popular website offers an extensive range of medical information, all of which is reviewed by licensed physicians. The website has links to many sources and a helpful symptom-checker tool. It also features free newsletters and content that can be downloaded.
WebMD's Arthritis Center contains information about a wide range of topics including lupus, scleroderma, fibromyalgia, and other conditions related to arthritis. Alongside more conventional educational articles, the site offers news, slideshows, quizzes, videos, a "Find a Rheumatologist" tool, and more.
This section of WebMD serves as a physician directory that can be searched by location or by the physician's name or specialty. The physician's medical school credentials are also provided, along with accepted insurance, user ratings, office information, etc.
Provided by the Office on Women's Health, this website collects educational materials related to women's health. The site features an in-depth topics list that covers dozens of women's health issues like date rape, hysterectomy, weight loss, breast cancer, and more. There is also a large collection of "fact sheets" that pertain to various health issues, as well as a regularly-updated blog.