What is “Good Health Information?”
The National Library of Medicine and the American Library Association want to show you how to find the information that will help you achieve good health. The site introduces the resources of the National Library of Medicine and provides information that helps communities of color in rural settings make good health decisions.
Why do I need this information?
The site specifically addresses the diseases and illnesses that disproportionately impact people of color by educating and making medical information more accessible.
How do I use the Good Health Information website?
Visitors will find quick links to health topics, as well as a tutorial to help them get started.
How do I find “Good Health Information?”
Simply visit Good Health Information at www.ala.org/goodhealth to learn more!
Look for Good Health Information at the Diversity and Outreach Fair at ALA Annual Conference in Chicago!
Office for Literacy and Outreach Services (OLOS)
American Library Association (ALA)
50 E. Huron St.
Chicago, Il 60611
312-280-2140 or toll free:
800-545-2433, x 2140