We are aware that students are eager to play an active role in their health care and that the Internet is often a place that students turn to gain valuable advice or information. Since there is no regulatory agency that reviews the validity or accuracy of the claims on the Internet, we at the Student Health Center are concerned that you as the patient obtain information from reliable sources when “surfing the web.” Our physicians and nurse practitioners can provide you directly with any advice or educational materials you need to manage your health, but in the event that you use the Internet to augment our resources, we recommend the following as reliable sources for health or nutrition information.
General Health Information
Alcohol and other Drugs
VU LGBTQI: www.vanderbilt.edu/lgbtqi
National Coalition for LGBT Health: www.healthhiv.org/sites-causes/national-coalition-for-lgbt-health/
Gay and Lesbian Medical Association: www.glma.org
Infectious Diseases and Immunizations
American Dietetics Association: www.eatright.org
Office of Dietary Supplements: www.nutrition.gov
Food and Drug Administration: www.fda.gov
American Diabetes Association: www.diabetes.org
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: www.cdc.gov/tb/
Disclaimer: Selected health related links are provided as informational resources only. Their inclusion in this web site should not be construed as an endorsement by the Student Health Center. We are not responsible for the accuracy of information in these links.