When you are concerned about your health, you want accurate information. How do you know the information you read on the internet is correct? We’ve taken the guess work out of it by providing a list of reputable websites. If you have questions about a topic that we haven’t covered yet or want further in-depth information about a topic, please refer to these websites. The Merriam Webster link is to their medical terminology dictionary. If you have any questions or concerns, consult with a physician.
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