Information Sources for Assigned Bacteria-Virus-Protista
|Use these databases first!|
|Outside of School: flhslibrary flhslibrary||Outside of School: fairlawn|
|Next try the eBooks!|
|eBook 614.4 ENC||eBook 614.4 HAY||eBook 614.5 DEV|
|eBook 614.5 KUM||eBook 614.924 BEA|
|Click here to see how to access the eBooks.|
|or Try the books set aside for you in the Library|
|REF 613.9 SEX||REF 616 PRO||REF 616.003 UXL|
|615 DEA ENCEPH||615 DEA LYME||616.95 YAN|
|Click here to search the websites|
|CDC A-Z Index||
Facts and information on a wide variety of diseases from the Centers for Disease Control of the Federal Department of Health and Human Services which seeks to protect America from health, safety and security threats, both foreign and in the U.S.
|Communicable Disease Fact Sheets||Fact sheets, from the New York State Department of Health, which cover general information, symptoms, treatment, prevention and additional sources for information for a variety of diseases.|
|Diseases and Conditions A-Z Search||
The Infectious Diseases Control unit of the Texas Department of Health Services provides fact sheets on a number of diseases which include general information, description, testing and history of the disease.
|Diseases and Conditions - Disease and condition information from Mayo Clinic Experts
The Mayo Clinic is a not-for-profit organization and a world renown medical facility. Their disease fact sheets include the definition, symptoms, causes, treatment, tests and diagnosis, treatment, risk factors and prevention.
|Disease Outbreak Control Division & Diseases and Conditions
||Fact sheets from the Disease Outbreak Control Division of the Hawaii Department of Health which provide a general description, symptoms, transmission and treatment for the individual disease. Scroll down to A-Z Listing.|
|Fact Sheets||Fact sheets from the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases emphasize vaccinations and also discuss symptoms of the disease along with prevention.|
|Health & Research Topics, NIAID, NIH||The National Institute of Allergy & Infectious Diseases offers facts sheets with general information, transmission, risk, side effects, symptoms, treatment of a number of diseases.|
|Health Topics||WebMD offers detailed information on diseases which includes an overview, transmission, symptoms, treatment, prevention and frequently asked questions.|
|Illnesses & Infections||Caring for Kids was developed by the Canadian Paediatric society to provide parents with information about their child’s and teen's health and well-being. Information on diseases includes a description, symptoms, transmission, prevention and treatment information.|
|Impetigo | Doctor | Patient.co.uk||DoctorPatient.co.uk explains the symptoms, management, prognosis and history of impetigo.|
|KidsHealth.org : Parents Home Page||
This site from Nemours, a large nonprofit organization devoted to children’s health, offers doctor-approved, accurate and up-to-date information about children from before birth through adolescence. Enter disease name in search window on the top left or go through categories or click on Infections or Diseases & Conditions.
|Medical Encyclopedia: Medline Plus||
MedlinePlus offers the A.D.A.M. Medical Encyclopedia which includes over 4,000 articles about diseases, tests, symptoms, injuries, and surgeries. It also contains an extensive library of medical photographs and illustrations. Information on diseases includes causes, symptoms, tests,treatment, outlook, complications and prevention.
|MedicineNet is an online, healthcare media publishing company which provides easy-to-read and in-depth information on diseases including general facts, causes, diagnosis, treatment and prevention.|
| This British website provides articles written by health professionals for professionals and medical students.
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These sites have been selected for their relevance to the Science curricula. These choices are consistent with the selection policies of the library, and with the print and non-print materials available there. Each site has been seen by the librarian and has been screened by the school's Internet filtering software. However, the library, Fair Lawn High School, and the Board of Education are not responsible for the content of these sites, which is subject to frequent change, nor for the content of any other sites to which these sites may be linked.