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LIBRARY 

Patient Libraries at Mayo Clinic in Arizona: Online Health Info for Patients

About & Disclaimer

Disclaimer

Unless otherwise stated, these websites are not affiliated with Mayo Clinic. Mayo Clinic assumes no responsibility for the accuracy of information contained on or available through any of these websites and such information is subject to change without notice. You are encouraged to confirm any information obtained through these websites with other sources, and review all information regarding any medical condition or treatment with your physician.

Can I trust this information?

How do you know when you can trust the health information you find on the internet or social media?  What about health info you read in a newspaper, magazine, book, or advertisement? Learn about evaluating sources at:

Does something sound too good to be true? Learn about scams and miracle claims at:

Navigation

Scroll down to find links to health information websites sorted by topic or by patient population, find a doctor or look for video & audio recordings.

Top 5

Printable Handouts of Websites

Find a Doctor

Places to search for physicians or find out more about your physician

Videos & Audio Recordings

Websites with health videos (webcasts or vlogs) and audio recordings (podcasts, radio programs)

Mayo Clinic patient education videos are available on Mayo Clinic Television in most inpatient bedrooms.

Consumer Health Sites by Topic

See Cancer Websites below.

Consumer Health Sites by Patient Population

Every population group has specific health concerns. Differences in the health of groups can result from

  • Genetics
  • Sex
  • Age
  • Environmental factors
  • Access to care
  • Cultural factors

The resources on these tabs address some of those specific concerns.  The racial and ethnic groups listed include information on health concerns specific to those populations as well as health information in languages from that region.

For the purposes of this guide, "Asian & Asian-American" includes populations from all countries within the Asian continent including those in South Asia, Southeast Asia, and the Middle East.

For information on providing care to older adults, see the "Caregivers" tab

Cancer Websites

Clinical Trials


Research

Bile Duct

Blood & Bone Marrow (leukemia, lymphoma, myeloma, etc.)

Brain

Breast

Bladder

Bone

Cervical

Colon & Rectal

Esophageal

Head, Neck, & Oral

Kidney

Liver

Lung

Ovarian

Pancreatic

Prostate

Skin

Stomach

Testicular

Uterine

Accommodations

Travel

Wigs, Head Coverings, Prosthesis, etc.