Use this eResource to find magazines, journals, newspapers, definitions, directories, and information on all health related topics. The materials contained in this resource are intended for informational purposes only.
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Search a variety of medical, trade, and scientific journals as well as magazines and reports for medical news, diagnostics, and information.
Read detailed, easy-to-understand information on thousands of diseases or conditions and for over 8,000 prescription drugs.
Use these forms provided by the Washington Medical Association to plan future medical care in the event you are unable to express your medical wishes.
Review up-to-the-minute health care information and guidance for parents and caregivers of children and teens, along with interactive tools and personalized content.
Locate the public health department in your area. Through that, you may find out about birth and death certificates, communicable diseases, food worker testing, restaurant inspections, immunization records, environmental public health, emergency preparedness, and many other health topics.
Research information on more than 12,000 prescription, over-the-counter drugs, and dietary supplements found in consumer health websites, clinical trials, and medical journals.
Access NAMI's Education page for useful fact sheets and links on specific mental illnesses. NAMI is a non-profit support and advocacy organization for those who live with mental illness, family members, providers, and the general public. Seek local help from NAMI Southwest Washington or NAMI Yakima.
Health and wellness information for older adults from the National Institutes of Health.
Use this free resource to either locate a local free or low-cost clinic or identify the right program to get the medicines needed at low or no cost.
Call 1-800-626-8137 for crisis lines in Clark, Cowlitz and Skamania counties. Speak with a professional counselor 24/7.
Call 360-397-CHAT to speak with a a Clark County teen about the issues you face--or volunteer to answer the calls. You can also IM or email.
Find current, accurate health information. Topics include fitness, sexual health, mental health, sports injuries, and managing your care.
Find out what health care services you can get without consent from your parent or guardian.
Connect to health information, state benefit programs, and community-specific support resources for pregnant and parenting teens.
Free women's health care exams, mammograms and colon screening (for both women and men) to those who qualify.
Offered through PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center : (800) 992-1817