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Dental Services

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The National Women's Health Infomation Center
The Federal Government Source of Women's Health Information, includes handouts and detailed information on diabetes.

American Diabetes Association

American Dietetic Association
Our Web site offers an updated search engine to help you locate the wealth of content accurately and quickly.

The Heart Of Diabetes
The Heart Of Diabetes program was created by the American Heart Association to raise awareness of this issue, and help people with type 2 diabetes take action to lower their risk for heart disease and stroke.

CDC Diabetes Public Health Resource
Diabetes is a disease that affects millions of people and their families. This site will provide basic information on diabetes and its complications and tips on how to be active, eat right, and prevent diabetes.

Controle su Diabetes: Spanish version of CDC's patient guide "Take Charge of Your Diabetes: A Guide for Care".
This was extensively tested among Hispanic/Latino consumers to ensure that is was linguistically and culturally appropriate.

National Diabetes Information Clearinghouse
Listing of services from NDIC including response to inquiries, publication dissemination, referrals to health professionals, and more.

Disabled Women

Illnesses and Disabilities
Here you will find useful information for women with disabilities, caretakers, health professionals, and researchers.

CDC Women With Disabilities
CDC’s disability and health team has targeted women with disabilities as a major area of emphasis and works to promote their health and well-being through research, partnerships,and education.

Domestic Violence

For Patients:

Violence Against Women
This site will provide you with information on all types of violence against women, including specific resources and information on how to get help.

Crisis Support Network / Domestic Violence Hotline
referrals, 24-hour staffing, toll-free numbers,
para ayuda, llame, gratis, 24 horas al dia.

King County Domestic Violence Information Page
Welcome to the King County Domestic Violence Information Pages. You will find here information written for persons affected by or wanting to learn about domestic violence. This information is also available by touch-tone phone at (206) 205-5555.

Domestic Violence Safety Plan Guidelines
National Center for Victims of Crime - Provides information for crime victims to rebuild their lives.

For Providers:

American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
ACOG recommends that physicians screen ALL patients for intimate partner violence.

The National Women's Health Information Center
Information for women that are victims of violence.

National Domestic Violence Hotline
We believe that safe homes and safe families are the foundation of a safe society.

Stop Violence Against Women, Office of Justice Programs
The Office of Violence Against Women remains committed to continuing its work on behalf of all victims and those who struggle daily to end the violence."


Eating Disorder

Eating Disorders
Eating disorders frequently develop during adolescence or early adulthood, but can occur during childhood or later in adulthood.

Teen Health and the Media
The Teen Health and the Media Web site is a virtual meeting place for teens, parents, educators, health professionals, and others who share a strong commitment to teen health.

Weight Management Information
Designed to help mental health consumers to find information essential to their continued good mental health related to binge eating disorders, emotional eating, compulsive eating disorders and obesity help.

Eating Healthy

Public Health Seattle and King County
Information on healthy eating for a lifetime and good nutriction practices.

Staying Active and Eating Healthy
It isn't hard to make simple changes to improve your eating habits. A little learning and planning can help you prepare food that tastes good and is good for you!

My Pyramid
One size doesn't fit all. MyPyramid Plan offers you a personal eating plan with the foods and amounts that are right for you.

Elderly Services

See Aging.


Public Health Seattle and King County
Physical activity and your health. Tips to introduce physical activity to your every day life.

American Heart Association
Offers options to add physical activity to your daily life at home.

Shape Up America
AHA offers fitness information through the Fitness Center. Visit this site for Fitness Center information on physical activity and health eating.


Family Planning

Public Health Seattle and King County
King County Public Health's Family Planning Program - this program has information on birth control and reproductive health.

The Alan Guttmacher Institute
The Alan Guttmacher Institute (AGI) is a non-profit organization focused on sexual and reproductive health research, policy analysis and public education.

Planned Parenthood
Planned Parenthood offers information on family planning, birth control and pregnancy information, services and more.


See Infertility.

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