|AMA Physician Select||Provides basic professional information on virtually every licensed physician in the United States.||Health/Medicine|
|Debates on U.S. Health Care||Uses introductory essays followed by point/counterpoint articles to provide readers with views on multiple sides of this complex issue.
|Encyclopedia of Cancer and Society||The Encyclopedia of Cancer and Society defines the issues that surround cancer and its effects on society. The scope of the Encyclopedia encompasses the relative individual and societal aspects of cancer, from the latest research from the National Cancer Institute to studies on alternative diet and nutrition treatments. WIU USERS ONLY.
|Encyclopedia of Epidemiology||The 600+ entries cover every major facet of epidemiology, from risk ratios to case-control studies to mediating and moderating variables, and much more. Relevant topics from related fields such as biostatistics and health economics are also included. WIU USERS ONLY.||Health/Medicine|
|Encyclopedia of Health & Aging||Covers new findings in the field as well as conceptual developments guiding research, practice, and policy. The more than 200 entries address the biological, psychological, social, and economic aspects of health and aging and impacts within the health-care system. Also focuses heavily on geriatrics with respect to geriatric syndromes and common diseases of aging. WIU USERS ONLY.||Health/Medicine|
|Encyclopedia of Health and Behavior||Covers all aspects of the domain of behavioral medicine: From adherence to a doctor's advice, to emotions and health, to obesity treatment and prevention, to women's health, and all topics in between. Scholars, health care practitioners and the general public will find information on topics such as physical activity, stress and health, smoking, pain management, social support and health, cardiovascular health, health promotion, and HIV/AIDS. WIU USERS ONLY.||Health/Medicine|
|Encyclopedia of Health Care Management||A comprehensive reference work on the business of health care, with information about a broad range of issues affecting every aspect of the industry and the people it serves, employs, and influences. Contains 600+ entries by expert contributors as well as tables on: Health Care Acronyms; Medical Degrees; Medical Legislation; Medical Organizations; and Medical Specialties. WIU USERS ONLY.||Health/Medicine|
|Encyclopedia of the Black Death||Covers the second plague pandemic, balancing medical history and technical matters with historical, cultural, social, and political factors and effects in Europe and the Islamic world from 1347-1770. Also contains entries on Biblical plagues and the Plague of Justinian, as well as modern-era material such as the work of Robert Koch and Louis Pasteur, the Third Plague Pandemic of the mid-1800s, and plague in the United States. WIU USERS ONLY.||Health/Medicine|
|Gale Encyclopedia of Fitness||Covers 300 topics on physiology, fitness, and diseases and conditions related to fitness.||Health/Medicine|
|Green Health: An A-to-Z Guide||Contributes to the translation of conceptual health into action by providing an understanding of the interconnectedness of human health, social systems, and nature. Articles may serve as templates for further developments, refinements, creative inventions, and interventions that should advance the global course of green health. WIU USERS ONLY.||Health/Medicine|
|Health Information (NIH)||Publications & fact sheets, ClinicalTrials.gov, health hotlines, A-Z topic index, institutes, MEDLINEplus, and other resources from the National Institutes of Health.||Health/Medicine|
|Healthfinder.gov||Healthfinder is a free gateway to reliable consumer health and human services information developed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.||Health/Medicine|
|MayoClinic.com||Updated daily, this website is produced by a team of physicians, scientists, writers, and educators affiliated with the Mayo Clinic.||Health/Medicine|
|Merck Manual Online||Searchable version of "the world's most widely used general medical text."||Health/Medicine|