Learn about the coronavirus pandemic and how to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Use the Medline Plus search tool to answer your medical questions, find information for seniors, visit sites covering issues like Alzheimer’s, vaccines, and rare diseases, discover caregiver support resources.
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How to and what to do
Ways to protect yourself from COVID-19
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Health tips for travelers, medical professionals, and businesses
Special Enrollment Period for Health Insurance
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Xổ số trực tiếp 3 miềnNote: The search results are for general informational purposes only and are not a substitute for professional medical advice. If you are having a medical emergency, CALL 911.
- Learn about symptoms, treatment options, building a financial and legal plan and ways to help caregivers. English For general public and people taking care of someone with Alzheimer's.
- Find out about rare medical conditions, new treatments, and drugs. English and Spanish. For general public, health care providers, researchers, social workers, and teachers and community leaders and advocacy groups.
- Get information about the programs included in the Indian Health Service Health Care system, health topics, and health insurance. English. For American Indians and Alaska Natives, general public, health care providers and communities.
- Learn about on mental illness, including where to find help, and research. English and Spanish. For general public, health care providers and emergency preparedness professionals.
- Get substance use and mental disorder information, services, and research. English and Spanish. For general public, health care providers and local communities.
- Find information and professional assistance to help support the immediate and long-term needs of people trying to quit smoking. English and Spanish. For general public, health care providers and organizations.
- Learn about vaccines and immunization for infants, children, teenagers, adults, and seniors. English and Spanish. For general public, health care providers and organizations.
Health Information for Seniors
- Find a wide variety of aging-related health topics and articles created especially for seniors. English. For older adults.
- Get research-based information on aging and senior health and wellbeing. English and Spanish. For older adults.
General Health Information
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) - Learn about public health prevention and control services and guidelines, as well as access the . English and Spanish. For general public.
- Get information about health services, disease prevention, and health topics and news. English and Spanish. For general public.
- Find government guidelines for diet and physical activity, and learn about initiatives to improve health literacy and health care quality and safety. English and Spanish. For health care providers, researchers and policymakers.
- Powered by the U.S. National Library of Medicine, this site provides descriptions of and current consumer information on hundreds of medical terms and conditions, drugs, herbs, and supplements. Find helpful videos and health check tools. English and Spanish. For general Public.
- Read online publications and find information on health topics specifically geared to women. English and Spanish. For general public and health care providers.
- Find health insurance options through the Affordable Care Act’s Health Insurance Marketplace. English and Spanish. For general public and small business.
- Learn about health care options with Medicare, Medicaid, and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP). English and Spanish. For general public and people eligible for Medicare, Medicaid/CHIP.
- Find out from the National Institute on Aging how to be a caregiver for someone with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia. Learn skills for coping with a loved one’s behavioral changes.
- The National Institute of Health's MedlinePlus site has an overview of caregiver services. It also offers resources to help you protect your own health.
- This resource from the National Cancer Institute is for family and friends who are caring for a person with cancer.
- The family member you're caring for may not be able to handle their bills themselves. Get information about managing their finances from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
The helps people caring for veterans. Find services and benefits for your loved one and get support for yourself.
Xổ số trực tiếp 3 miền - Get tips on how to prevent or relieve caregiver stress and how to find and pay for home health care services.
State and Local Caregiver Support Resources
- Use this list from the Department of Health and Human Services to find a variety of government and non-government resources. Compare home health agencies, or use the to connect with senior services.
Additional Support for Caregivers
If you're not able to leave your loved one at home but need emotional support, an online support group might be a good option. Be careful not to give out detailed personal, medical, or financial information to anyone online to protect against fraud or scams.
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Xổ số trực tiếp 3 miềnNot everyone has a medical history report. Even if you currently have an insurance plan, you won't have a report if:
You haven't applied for insurance within the last seven years
Your insurance policy is through a group or employer policy
The insurance company isn’t a member of MIB
You didn’t give an insurer permission to submit your medical reports to MIB
Medical ID Reports and Scams
Use your medical history report to detect if you are a victim of medical ID theft. You may be a victim if there is a report in your name, but you haven't applied for insurance in the last seven years. Another sign of medical ID theft is if your report includes illnesses that you don't have.
File a Dispute
Review your report to verify that it only includes medical conditions that you have. Request a re-investigation if your report is incorrect. Email your dispute to firstname.lastname@example.org or write:
MIB Disclosure Office
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Xổ số trực tiếp 3 miềnBraintree, MA 02184.
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