Helpful Links

Helpful Links

Centers for Disease and Control’s website contains information on outbreaks and important hot health topics in the U.S and other nations.

The United States Department of Agriculture website engages you in taking control of the way you eat. Inside this website you can watch videos, plan a daily food plan, and much more.

The American Diabetes Association has many resources that help those who have diabetes or have family members with diabetes.

Find information on pregnancy, health conditions, diseases, doctor visits, and parenting.

Find information on the nation’s health objectives with national health targets, dietary guidelines, physical activity guidelines, health literacy, and communication, as well as health care quality and patient safety.

The American Heart Association is a great resource to find reliable health information regarding heart and stroke related conditions.

View categories on cooking, preventing and reducing risk factors on certain diseases, and overall health topics.

The American Cancer Society is a great website to go for cancer related information.

The Alzheimer’s Association is the leading voice for Alzheimer's disease advocacy, fighting for critical Alzheimer's research, prevention, and care initiatives at the state and federal level.

Find information on how to become more active, eat healthier, and how to energize your day. 

Find information on health and wellness for older adults from the National Institutes of Health.

Find information on natural disasters and how to prepare and plan for events such as winter storms, tornadoes, and floods.

Health Risk Assessments (HRA'S)

Website to determine your disease risk

Health Status website