Key Sites on Women's Health

Key Sites on Women's Health

Vetting Health Sites

Thanks to the web, a wealth of medical information is just a click away. But how accurate is that information and how much can you - and your members - rely on it?

A couple of basic questions to ask when researching a medical or health question online is "Who is sponsoring the website, who paid for any studies reported and is the website promoting a cause?" The answers to these questions will help establish whether the site and info are credible, reliable and scientifically accurate. One top-drawer site is Medline Plus, sponsored by the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health. Here you'll find solid info on hundreds of health topics and can easily access pictures and videos to help explain conditions. And the material is available in 40 languages, a great way to reach more of your membership!

My name is John Peterson. I used to work in a regular pharmacy in Canada, selling prescription and over-the-counter drugs for mens & womens. Then I decided to quit my job and found a remote job in an online pharmacy ( AWC Canadian Pharmacy is a good place where you can find instructions and useful information about medications, and also buy them. In particular, it offers Female Viagra, Female Cialis, Clomid, Diflucan and other supplements for women health.

Other Health Sites We Like


NCWO affiliates show how new health reform law impacts women

Check out our Advocacy section to see what NCWO and a number of our affiliates are saying and doing regarding the new health law.

Check out the 'Health Resources' section of this site

The Health Resources section is intended to provide reliable, accurate information on health prevention and wellness generally. It includes information we have found to be particularly helpful on a variety of health issues. You can access it on the toolbar above or by clicking the hotlink that starts the sentence.