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ntUp next is Prevention magazine’s online presence where they offer tips and articles on health, weight loss, and fitness, healthy recipes, beauty, and alternative disciplines as well. Free online membership also provides you with tools to track your fitness and calories.
ntExercising the mind is one of those areas that seem to get neglected, but this website is an exception. Brain Metrix is an online gym where you get to train your brain to think faster, smarter, and increase your cognitive efficiency.
ntNext, we have Lifehack — a great place to get tips and tricks including advice and resources that will help you get things done more efficiently and effectively.
ntWebMD is chock full of health information from A to Z, has sections on drugs and prescriptions, healthy living, eating and diet, parenting and pregnancy, teen health, and even pet health.
NYT Well blog
ntNew York Times Well Blog by columnist Tara Parker-Pope makes a nice use of eye-catching graphics.
Wall Street Journal Health blog
ntThe Wall Street Journal Health Blog gives you the big picture on health and the business of health; recent pieces addressed hernia surgery, drugs for osteoporosis, and kids with allergies.
ntRxList, the online drug index provides both medical practitioner and consumer information on prescription drugs including dosage, side effects, drug interactions, warnings, precautions, and contraindications.
ntHealthfinder.gov has resources on a wide range of health topics selected from over 1,600 government and non-profit organizations.
The Commonwealth Fund
ntLastly, we have The Commonwealth Fund, which is a private foundation working to promote a high performing health care system that achieves better access, improved quality, and greater efficiency, particularly for society’s most vulnerable, including low-income people, the uninsured, minority Americans, young children, and elderly adults.