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The DALNET Health Gateway includes links to free online consumer health information and related events.Online Health Information Libraries
The DALNET Health Gateway is provided as a free service. We cannot support access to listed resources or endorse the medical information contained therein.
An online health information library organized by topic or searchable by keyword.
Search the Clinical Trials database for current trials taking place at Beaumont.
Health information for children and teens.
A registry and results database of publicly and privately supported clinical studies of human participants conducted around the world.
Since 1995, DCAL has been the Gateway to HIV/AIDS Information for Detroit and Southeastern Michigan.
Use this Mayo Clinic interactive guide to discover the most common causes of the most common symptoms.
An extensive multi-media collection of information designed to help you gain knowledge about important healthcare topics.
Free online assessments for health risks, including Cardiac, Stroke, Diabetes, Lung, Sleep, and Vascular.
View information on various body parts, surgeries, and related rehabilitation.
Fact sheets for various types of cancer.
Your Source for Reliable Health Information - from U.S. Department of Health & Human Services
Information including a medical glossary, an A-Z topic list, a health calculator, and more.
Health information provided as a service from the National Library of Medicine.
The Michigan eLibrary (MeL), sponsored by the Library of Michigan, is a quality online information resource that provides residents of Michigan.
Official State of Michigan Portal
A public health education service, share Michigan and national resources to promote population health through appropriate use of genetic information.
My HealtheVet is a website designed specifically for Veterans and their families as a valuable resource for health information.
CHIS provides learning opportunities, personalized health information packets, reference/research services, access to the library's community designated computers and building use of the library's Community Health Information Services Collection.