Public Health Resources

Further Education in Public Health

Comprehensive Public Health Degree Guide

Selected Public Health Journals

Health Information for the Public

Ohio Recovery Center

Where To Get a Free Eye Exam and Glasses

Find a Highly Experienced Mesothelioma Lawyer in Your Area

Mesothelioma Treatment


Chemotherapy for Mesothelioma Patients

A Guide for Seniors

Crooked Teeth and Genetics

The Connection Between Bad Teeth and Genes

Your Trusted Name in Addiction Treatment

Cheap Eye Exams and Glasses

What Eye Prescription is Considered Bad?

Drug Rehab & Alcohol Treatment Center in Massachusetts

Bedrock Recovery Center

Recovering Champions

Color Blindness

Types of Eyeglasses

Spring Hill Recovery

Alcohol Rehab

Alcohol Effects, Addiction Treatment, and Resources

Center for Disease Control and Prevention – CDC (USA):

substance abuse and dental care: 

OTC Safety (USA):

CHPA Educational Foundation (USA):

Medicine Chest (UK):

Treat Yourself Better with Pharmacist Advice (UK):

Consumer Health Forum (Australia):

European Directory of Health Apps 2012-2013:

Sleep And Your Immune System : 

Drug dangers : : 

Alcohol Detox and Sleep : 

The Comprehensive Guide to Sleep Deprivation: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment: 

Summer health & safety tips:

How to Prep Your Home for a Safe, Hazard-free Summer

34 Expert-Approved Ways to Stay Allergy-Free All Summer

Is a Mold Problem in Your Home Making You Sick?

5 Things You Should Do Today to Make Your Backyard Pool Safer

Stay safe in summer heat – Know the first signs of heat stroke

The Guide to Snake Sightings In and Around Your Home: How to Safely Observe Serpents

Be Bear Aware: Hiking, Camping and Food Storage

7 Ways to Keep Your Kids Safe on the Beach This Summer

International and Multilateral Organisations

International links

Public Health Global Portals

  • Directory of Epidemiology Societies External Icon
    This site was created in conjunction with the first North American Congress of Epidemiology held in Toronto in 2001, and is a listing of links to 22 Epidemiology Societies around the world.
  • Europa – Public Health External Icon
    This link is the European Commission Public Health web site supported by the European Union Health and Consumer Protection Directorate-General. The mission of the EU Health and Consumer Protection Directorate-General is to help make Europe’s citizens healthier, safer and more confident by keeping up to date the European Union’s laws on the safety of food and other products, on consumers’ rights and on the protection of people’s health. The Commission strives to improve public health in the European Union, to prevent human illness and diseases and to obviate sources of danger to human health. General information about the programs of the Commission appear on this site, as well as links to sites devoted to special topics such as Bioterrorism and HIV / AIDS.
  • European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control External Icon
    ECDC is a European Union agency established in 2005 with a mission to “identify, assess and communicate current and emerging threats to human health posed by infectious diseases.” The site includes links to ECDC activities, publications, and health topics.
  • Martindale’s Public Health Center External Icon
    This web site is the creation of Jim Martindale, a former consultant to the University of California, Irvine. It is a unique collection of links to four Public Health subgroups: Journals; Public Health Atlases, Cases, Courses, Videos/Movies; Laboratory Diagnostics & Protocols; and a Public Health Overview.
  • Medical Society of the State of New York – Public Health External Icon
    The Medical Society of the State of New York (MSSNY) is an organization of approximately 30,000 licensed physicians, medical residents, and medical students in New York State. The Public Health portal on the MSSNY page includes resources divided into six categories: Health Alerts; Disaster Preparedness; Immunization; Public Health Concerns; Health Care Disparity; and Staying Healthy.
  • National Health Policy Forum External Icon
    NHPF is a non-profit based at the George Washington University in Washington, DC. “The National Health Policy Forum seeks to inform the public policy process by helping participants-federal health policymakers in the legislative and executive branches and in congressional support agencies-engage in rigorous, constructive, and respectful dialogue.” (see External Icon). NHPF produces Issue Briefs, Background Papers, and Basics reports to inform policymakers. A portal with links to other resources can be found at External Icon.
  • Partners in Information Access for the Public Health Workforce External Icon
    The mission of the Partners in Information Access for the Public Health Workforce is “Helping the public health workforce find and use information effectively to improve and protect the public’s health.” The main topics linked from the portal home page are Health Promotion and Health Education; Literature and Guidelines; Health Data Tools and Statistics; Grants and Funding; Education and Training; Legislation and Policy; Conferences and Meetings; Finding People; Discussion and E-mail Lists; and Jobs and Careers.
  • Resources of Scholarly Societies External Icon
    Public Health. This site, sponsored by the University of Waterloo Library (Ontario, Canada), is one of a set of subject pages in the Scholarly Societies Project External Icon, which facilitates access to websites of scholarly societies across the world. Links to websites of scholarly societies in Public Health (including epidemiology, infectious disease control, disease prevention, sanitation, health promotion, and environmental quality promotion) are listed on the web site. The web sites are assigned a “URL stability rank” (see more detail on the ranking formula at External Icon).
  • Population Reference Bureau External Icon
    The PRB focuses on four “core themes”: Reproductive Health and Fertility; Children and Families; Population and the Environment; and Population Futures-Aging, Inequality and Poverty, Migration and Urbanization, and Gender. The PRB site has a collection of links divided into these core themes.
  • Resource Guide for Public Health Preparedness External Icon
    The Resource Guide for Public Health Preparedness is a gateway to freely available online resources related to public heath preparedness. Resources include expert guidelines, fact sheets, websites, research reports, articles, and other tools aimed at the public health community. All resources are cataloged and may be searched by keyword or browsed by topic.