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Collections of General Health Information
Common Health Topics:NSW Dept. of Health, AU
Health Information Translations:Ohio State University Medical Center
Health Information in Tagalog:MedlinePlus

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Cancer Council Victoria
Mammogram Information:National Cancer Institute [English]
Leukemias, Lymphomas and Myeloma:Leukaemia Foundation of Australia [English]

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Escherichia coli O157:H7 (E. coli):CDC [English]
Tuberculosis:Healthy Roads Media [English]
Vaccine Information Statements:CDC [links to foreign & English articles]

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Other Diseases and Disorders
Diabetes Control:National Diabetes Education Program [bilingual article]
Skin Diseases:St. Vincent's Hospital Melbourne, AU [English]
Women's Health Information:Royal Women's Hospital, AU [English]

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Other Health Topics
Diagnostic Tests:Health Information Translations:Ohio State University Medical Center [bilingual articles]
Newborn Screening Test:California Dept of Health Services [English]

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Emergency Preparedness
Chemical Emergencies:CDC [English]
Radiation Emergencies:CDC [English]

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