Healthful and Safe College Life (EDCEP 103)
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Evaluating Health Information Module

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Evaluating Health Information
National Library of Medicine, Medline Plus -

National Cancer Institute - How To Evaluate Health Information on the Internet:

Federal Trade Commission - - About -

Food and Drug Administration - - For Consumers: Protect Yourself -

If You Want To Know More:

Trust it or Trash it?, Health on the Web: Finding Reliable Information:

National Center for Complementary & Alternative Medicine - 10 Things To Know About Evaluating Medical Resources on the Web:

Medical Library Association, A User's Guide to Finding and Evaluating Health Information on the Web:

MedlinePlus, Health Literacy:

FAQ: National Library of Medicine® Guide to Finding Health Information -

FDA, Protecting Yourself -

American Cancer Society, Rumors, Myths and Truths -

FTC, Anatomy of a Cancer Treatment Scam -

Search by the course modules for the health and safety related information.

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