Consumer Health Information Source Book

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SUBJECT INDEX

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AARP (formerly American Association of Retired Persons), 7,26,34,67,211
ABC News Health and Living News, 19
abortion, 25
access to care, 9,44
acid reflux, 148
acne, 175 -76
Acoustic Neuroma Association, 33
acupuncture, 11
addictions, 177
adolescent health, 66,82,96,106,108
Adolescent Health On-Line, 104
adrenal exhaustion, 173
adult health, 69
advocacy organizations, 116
Aerobics and Fitness Foundation of America, 28
Age Line, 67
Agency for Healthcare Policy and Research, 28,185,197
Agency for Health Care Quality Research, 205
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHQR), 8,21,64,65
Clinical Practice Guidelines, 65
fax service, 64,65
pamphlets by, 198
Spanish-language pamphlets, 209,212,215,216,218,219,221,223,227,228,230
aging books on, 15,118,121,182 -83
information sources for, 22,26,34,38,39,42,44,66,96
magazines on, 49,50,52,53
newsletters on, 17
pamphlets on health care, 193
senior health, 69
Spanish-language pamphlets, 211
and vision, 145 -46
AIDS. See HIV/AIDS
AIDS Clearinghouse, 42
AIDS Clinical Trials Information Service, 26,42
AIDS Treatments Information Service, 26
Alagille Syndrome Alliance, 33,59
A1-Anon Alateen Family Group Headquarters, 33
Family Group Hotline, 26
albinism, 40
alcohol abuse/alcoholism, 23,26,27,34,38,62,82,108,177,205,209 - 10
Alcohol and Drug Helpline, 26
Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, 33
Alcoholism and Drug Addiction Treatment Center, 26
Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf, 33
allergies and asthma books on, 118,122 -23
childhood, 134,155
information sources for, 24,27,33,34,36,39,42
in minorities, 11
newsletters, 56
pamphlets on, 17,186 -87
Spanish-language pamphlets on, 210 -11
treatment of, 158
Web sites on, 95
alopecia areata, 38
ALS Association (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis), 27
Alt-Health Watch (Ebsco), 18,67
Alzheimer's Association, 21,27,33,42,187,221

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