Other Medical Information: Articles and Links
Disease InfoSearch – Provides information about diseases and their related support and advocacy networks. The site’s goal is to serve as a credible resource for people to learn more about the signs and symptoms of conditions, the latest research, and how to access support.
Charles A. Dana Foundation – Dana Alliance for Brain Initiatives.
HealthReform.gov – Learn about government and grassroots efforts to reform healthcare in the United States and let your legislators know that you support reform.
Medical College of Wisconsin – Information on neurological disorders.
The Neurology Channel – The Internet’s most comprehensive resource for neurology-related consumer healthcare.
Neurology Journal Watch – The state-of-the-art of neurology at your fingertips: Our physician editors identify experts to comment on the most compelling original research and review articles in their fields.
National Human Genome Research Institute – Learn about the Human Genome Project.
National Parkinson Foundation, Inc. – Information on Parkinson’s disease.
Medicare and Medicaid – Information.
Movement Disorder Society – An international professional society invested in the research and care of patients.
Health Central – Empowering consumers to manage their personal health with comprehensive, trusted information.
HealthFinder.gov – A guide to reliable health information.
Genetic Alliance – Genetic Alliance increases the capacity of genetic advocacy groups to achieve their missions.
National Health Information Center – Access to a national health observances annual planning guide, federal health information centers and clearinghouses with Web links and telephone numbers for federal health information and referral services, by topic – plus toll-free numbers for health information, including both federal and nonprofit organization, again by topic.
InfoMed Search – Provides medical-health information for physicians, healthcare professionals, legal professionals, patients and consumers.
WebMD – Health information provided by physician journalists.
Tardive Dyskinesia Center – Offers free support books and informational packets to those affected by Tardive Dyskinesia–a tremor that develops in patients who have been treated with certain prescription antipsychotics.
BrainandSpinalCord.org – Head injury can be the cause of shaking in some. This is a resource for head and spinal cord injury.
CaregiversLibrary.org – “Get the most from your health care team.”