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Collections of General Health Information
Common Health Topics:NSW Dept. of Health, AU [3 articles] [Link to English is in Resource Details] [Tutorial]
Health Information in Bengali:MedlinePlus

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Infections
Gonorrhoea, Chlamydia and Syphilis:AVERT, UK [English]
HIV and AIDS:National Aids Trust, UK [English]
Meningitis and Septicaemia:Meningitis Research Foundation [English]
Sexually Transmitted Diseases:AVERT, UK [English]
Vaccine Information Statements:CDC [links to foreign & English articles]

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Diseases and Disorders
Dementia:Alzheimer Scotland [English]
Ectopic Pregnancy:Ectopic Pregnancy Trust, UK [English]
Mental Illness:National Association for Mental Health, UK [English]
Osteomalacia (Soft Bones):Arthritis Research Campaign, UK [bilingual article]
Spinal Cord Injury:Spinal Cord Injury Association, UK [English]

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Other Health Topics
Drugs: What Every Parent Should Know:Health Scotland [English]

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