Online Health Resources

April 15, 2020
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Looking online for information can be overwhelming. Where should I look? What should I be searching? What resources can be trusted? We've put together a list of resources that you can return to again and again to find trusted information about coronavirus or other health and wellness topics.

Recommending Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources:

Additional Resources

There is a lot of information circulating about COVID-19 (or Coronavirus). The Librarians at the Health Information Center put together this guide to help you find trustworthy content. 

A variety of resources focused on coping strategies for the COVID-19 pandemic put together by medical librarians. 

To help you better understand and discover the latest on COVID-19, including what it is, how it spreads and ways to keep safe, ProQuest editors have hand-selected particularly relevant articles from the most reliable global sources.

Consumer health resources from academic journals, newspapers, popular magazines and reference materials

Full text, peer reviewed articles 

 

Keeping yourself healthy by using TEL's general health resources including:

The Internet is a common place to look for health information. This course will help you understand how to access reliable sources for health information, and how to avoid potentially harmful information. Provided by the Digital Literacy project powered by Nashville Public Library.

Consumer health information about many topics including medications/vitamins. Available in Easy to Read documents and Spanish

Provides authoritative information on a full range of health-related issues, from current disease and disorder information to in-depth coverage of alternative and complementary medical practices. 

Provides up-to-date information on the complete range of health care topics for students, consumer health researchers, and health care professionals.