Helpful Links

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Health is one of the most popular searched items on the Internet today. But instead of wading through the mire of sites on the web, try checking out these additional resources on the World Wide Web.

Note: The links below are provided as a convenience, and do not represent an endorsement by LCCC of any of the Web sites listed.

Health Reference

Lab Test Information
A public resource on clinical lab testing from the laboratory professionals who do the testing. Enter your lab test data for an explanation of the results.

MAYO Clinic 

National Library of Medicine
The World's Largest Medical Library -- from the National Institutes of Health 

Personal Health
Health, fitness, and alternative medicine resources, newsletters, articles and health news

Vitamins Reference Guide 


Health Organizations/Networks 

African American Health Network 

American Cancer Society

American Dietetic Association

American Heart Association

Black Health Care

Hospice Information

Men's Health 

National Center for Infectious Diseases 

The National Women's Health Association

LCCC Benefits Providers

Medical - Medical Mutual of Ohio

Prescriptions - Medco Health

Guardian Dental

Vision Care


Nutrition Websites that
People Can Count On

The Cleveland Plain Dealer, May 17, 2005 by Sarah Crump
The Fast food Nutrition Explorer 
Site lets members track food, exercise and weight loss.
Pay-to-join site has meal planner, shopping lists, nutrition analyzer, calorie-burner calculator. 
Tips for healthful eating, links to Web nutrition tools. 
Eight-week weight-loss program. 
Large food data base, chat rooms, personal log. 
Calculators, tips and forums. 
Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center's Count Your Calories Because Calories Count Web site offers tips, calculators and fast-food nutrition info.


Fit for Life

Prevention Magazine

Stop Smoking

Natural/Alternative Medicine

Alternative Medicine 

American Holistic Health Association

Dr. Andrew Weil's Self Healing

Gary Null's Natural Living 

Healing Well

Healthy New Age

Holistic Network

Natural Herbal Remedies




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