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LOOK WHAT'S NEW: When you add medications to your medication list, you can easily view consumer oriented information about the drug from the National Library of Medicine ("NLM") one of the National Institutes of Health ("NIH").
DrugDigest is the consumer health and drug information website of Express Scripts, Inc. (ESI), the nation's largest independent pharmacy benefit manager (PBM). Through its corporate relationships, ESI designs and manages prescription drug plans that make it possible for members to purchase the medications they require for nominal copay fees. The goal of DrugDigest is to provide ESI members and the public with the information they need to lead healthier lives.
A bit difficult to navigate; but you enter your medication name - or select the first letter from the list and Submit the request. Once the site refreshes, you should click on the Consumer Information Sheet link; or that's not visible, the Label Information link.
Like the US site, a bit difficult to navigate; but this may include medications not (yet) approved in the US.
A great US Government specific search engine that will retreive excellent information in the public domain on your medication or other health topics. Just key in your medication name in the search box and browse the results.
The Health & Human Services Portal with links to things such as:
This is a fun and education site that allows you to view either static or Interactive Health Tutorials prepared as a service from the National Institute of Health and the Patient Education Institute.
The site allows you to find topics under four broad topics: Diseases and Conditions, Tests And Diagnostic Procedures, Surgery and Treatment Procedures, Prevention and Wellness
There's even a great section on the Swine Flue or H1N1.
This organization develops interactive patient education software and is linked via the National Institute of Health site (see above). The use high quality graphics and interative animations to make learning more engaging.
An educated health consumer is better equipped to interact with their health care providers as well as reducing the unknown in a health system encounters. This is a great starting place to learn what to expect in many of the more common procedures.
Excellent material but a bit heavy for the average consumer. These include:
Advertised as "Health information for the whole family...from the American Academy of Family Physicians."
US Government Health site. A busy site that is self-described as: "Your Online Source for Credible Health Information"
The Mayo Clinic consumer site touted as: "Tools for healthier lives".
The United Kingdom's National Health Service Consumer Web Site.
Well organized and useful information. Definately worth a look.
Select the starting letter(s) of your medication.
NOTE: You must select a Letter for each new medication you want to add.