Health and Medical
Search for an adult or children's health topic and get information on it as well as resources at the U.Va. Health System.
Find information on diseases, conditions and treatments from the Claude Moore Health Sciences Library, as well as links to other databases and journals.
Directory of physicians and practices
Alumni can sign into their HoosOnline account for access to premium information resources through EBSCOhost®, offering the latest full-text information in many areas of health-related fields to meet virtually any research need.
Easing the Symptoms of Allergies, Asthma and Immunodeficiency Disorders
This resource offers a library of information about heart conditions in adults and children, heart disease prevention, heart procedures, cardiac rehabilitation, stroke and more.
Find comprehensive information on cancer diagnosis, treatment, genetics, nutrition, complementary therapies and detailed information about specific types of cancer.
Find information on prevention and screening, diagnosis and treatment, coping with cancer, nutrition and integrative medicine.
Get information on diabetes prevention and other issues around diabetes health and sign up for an e-enewsletter.
Information about children's diet, health and safety
Get information on women's health issues, treatment at U.Va., and look at some interactive resources. Also view current and archived issues of the e-newsletter and sign up.
Resources for the general public related to local agencies, state and national agencies, associations and information sources on aging.
View U.Va. School of Medicine information on poisons and poison control.
Get information on alcohol and drug education programs, first aid for intoxicated people, self-assessment tools, information on Foxfield Races student safety, peer education and the Hoos Sober Listserv.
Find journals, books, research support, tech support, training, self service, health systems connections, historical collections and services and more.
A portal of links to international health organizations.
Watch videos of the weekly forum on medicine and society.
Dementia care resources for physicians and other healthcare professionals, patients and families supporting aging adults.