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Conditions and Diseases

Detection, treatment and, prevention of periodontal diseases, from the American Dental Association.
ADD Resources is a rapidly growing national non-profit organization. Their website has free 100 articles, a National ADHD Directory of over 1000 service providers, 100 links to related ADHD websites, and a free monthly eNews.
Revolutionary new self-help program for depression and anxiety - backed by medical research and up to 94% effective. Read depression tips, articles, fact-sheets, free newsletters and the latest depression news.
Literature review, internet and library resources, and practical advice for bruxers.
A comprehensive support and resouce community for those dealing with mood disorders.
National Network of Libraries of Medicine project to provide public health professionals with access to information resources.
The Health Services Department is a comprehensive primary care clinic serving homeless, runaway and at-risk young people up to 21 years of age. We also provide medical services for adolescent mothers and their babies. Our staff consists of a Medical Director, an Administrator, pediatricians, internists, mental health providers, and physician assistants. They are supported by primary care nurses, a health educator, medical assistants, laboratory technicians, a pharmacist, and clerical staff.
Types of caries with pathology involved.
Diseases alphabetical pattern.
ORCA promotes research into dental caries and related dieseases.
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Offering education and information to Parents of disabled children.
Intensive day treatment and outpatient program. Day treatment runs from noon to 7PM Monday through Friday.
Deals with children who, because of disease or otherwise, feel they are different, or may be treated as though they are different. Designed for children in kindergarten through sixth grade.
Symptoms, causes, treatment, and prevention.
Information about this international resource for health professionals. They provide samples of pamphlets, posters, videos, and many other media/materials designed to promote public health. From the Johns Hopkins Population Information Program.
Definition, causes, incidence, risk factors, symptoms and treatment.
The National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research describes gum disease and presents an overview of risks and treatments.
Offers corporate and individual stress management programs and seminars.
Original, peer-reviewed articles on clinical, laboratory, immunologic, epidemiologic, sociologic, and historical topics pertaining to sexually transmitted diseases and related fields. Table of contents, author guidelines, editorial board and subscription information.