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Anatomy Sources on the Web
Anatomy on the Internet
Online educations resources from universities, organized by Loyola.
An online version of the classic book of anatomy (dating from 1918) with over 1200 images.
The Visible Human Project
An anatomy project supported by the National Library of Medicine. It includes anatomically detailed, three-dimensional representations of human bodies.
Federal Government Web Sites
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
The CDC provides a wealth of information on disease control, emergency preparedness, general health, traveler's health, and more. Especially useful for timely reports of disease outbreaks and other health related news.
Drug Information Portal
The National Library of Medicine has a new site for drug information that is easy to search for reliable and easily comprehensible information that is current. Sources are generally key government agencies.
Website of the National EMS Advisory Council (NEMSAC). NEMSAC was established in April 2007 as a nationally recognized council of EMS representatives and consumers to provide advice and recommendations regarding EMS to NHTSA in the Department of Transportation and to the members of the Federal Interagency Committee on EMS.
"An award-winning Federal Web site for consumers, developed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services together with other Federal agencies. It links to carefully selected information and Web sites from over 1,500 health-related organizations."
National Institutes of Health
NIH's mission is science in pursuit of fundamental knowledge about the nature and behavior of living systems and the application of that knowledge to extend healthy life and reduce the burdens of illness and disability.
National Library of Medicine
The world's largest medical library.
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