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Learn about common medical tests, staying safe, tips for avoiding urgent care, viral bronchitis, concussions, and pain management.
Learn about heart and vascular problems, heart disease, cardiac procedures, and recovery.
This educational resource, developed in partnership with American Heart Association / American Stroke Association and The Wellness Network, is aimed at empowering heart and stroke patients to live healthier, longer lives.
Learn about managing diabetes, medications, exercise, nutrition, and preventing complications.
This library includes resources co-developed and/or reviewed by Association of Diabetes Care & Education Specialists.
Use the relaxation videos in this library that use spoken word, meditation, visualization techniques, guided imagery, and beautiful nature videography to support relaxation, stress reduction and non-pharmacologic pain management.
Learn about medications, including proper usage, expected benefits and potential side effects.
Learn about managing emotional health, illness, insomnia, coping with addiction, stress, depression, and anxiety.
Learn about the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) and how to prepare for your transition home.
This library includes resources from the March of Dimes and Preemie Parent Alliance.
Learn about joint and bone health, chronic joint diseases, and joint replacement surgery.
Learn about managing a serious illness, physical and emotional comfort, chronic pain management, and advance directives.
Learn about infant, child, and adolescent development, care, and diseases.
Learn about pregnancy, delivery and newborn care, feeding, and safety.
Learn about lung conditions, asthma, COPD, pneumonia, and other lung related diseases.
Programming in this library, created or reviewed by American Lung Association, is aimed at supporting lung health.
Learn about your rights as a patient, your role in following hospital safety guidelines, helping prevent infections and falls, and following discharge instructions.