The Merck Manual of Diagnosis and Therapy: Medical information
Kevin MD: Your patient should get a health coach. Here’s why.
NBHWC: National Board for Health & Wellness Coaching
OSHA: Effective work ergonomics
Health on the Net Foundation: Medical and health information
Med Explorer: Free medical and health search engine for professional and consumers.
WebMD: Health has a Homepage; medical, fitness, nutrition, and emotional wellness, etc.
UpToDate for Patients: Learn more about a medical condition, better understand management and treatment options.
Drugwatch.com: Prescription and over-the-counter medication information.
Discovery Health: Medical, fitness, nutrition, weight management, etc.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Top source of info on chronic diseases, injuries, and prevention.
CDC Maps: Overweight & Obesity Trends in the US.
Department of Health and Human Services: Healthfinder links to online publications and databases on consumer health and medical information.
Type 2 Diabetes & Exercise: Exercise Causes Blood Sugar to Go Down—Most of the Time.
Dr John Day: Cardiologist site focusing on lifestyle changes for improved health.
Men's Health: Exercise Provides Help for Erectile Dysfunction
Blood tests: Find a nearby clinic that will test your blood with no medical exam or prescription required.
23andme: Decode DNA and track ancient lineage. Do you have the genetics for endurance?
Kinesis Myofascial Integration: Anatomy Trains maps the 'anatomy of connection'
Understanding the Mechanisms That Link Alcohol and Lower Risk of Coronary Heart Disease: Podcast interview with Kenneth Mukamal
The True Cost of Healthcare: Dr. David Belk's view on Healthcare Costs in the USA
Medscape: Importance of Attenuating Quadriceps Activation Deficits After Total Knee Arthroplasty