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Site Name Comments
Directory of Self Help Groups Directory of patient support, self help groups and charities.
Patient Self Help Groups Details of 1848 UK patient support organisations, self help
groups, health and disease information providers, etc.
Each entry is cross referenced and details are checked
annually.
Lake View Health Guide to Dual Diagnosis: Mental Health and Addiction
Mental Health Counsellors  Locate Mental Health Service Providers
Mental Heal Insurance and Services Health Insurance and Mental Health Services
Mesothelioma Group Mesothelioma Help
Consumer Dangers Across the world, death and serious injuries occur from
Consumer Products all too often. This site is dedicated to
help raise awareness to these products that we hope will
decrease the amount of these tragedies. Education is the
key to consumer protection and we hope to be the best
resource available.
Cerebral Palsy Symptoms Cerebral palsy is one of the most common physical
disabilities in the United States, with roughly 500,000
people suffering from the disorder. It is also a very
complicated disorder with a number of different types
and symptoms. Despite how common it is no parent
wants their child to be afflicted by it.
Whether your child already has it or you are simply
concerned about its potential harm, cerebral palsy is
something every parent should know about.
Lung Cancer Alliance Lung Cancer Alliance
The Cochrane Collaboration The Cochrane Collaboration is an international
organization based in the UK that promotes evidence-
based health relatedinformation regarding treatment
options for a large variety of medical conditions in the
form of systematic reviews.
The Cochrane Library currently includes approximately
5,300systematic reviews. Included in these, are 370
reviews covering many different types of
gastroenterology-related disorders. 
 

Medical Malpractice Website

Medical malpractice is professional negligence by a
healthcare provider in which the treatment provided
falls below the proper standard of practice in the
healthcarE community. In these cases, this neglect causes
injury or death to the patient. Our team believes that every individual who has experienced this neglect should have
access to the best information and support available.
Mesothelioma Guide Mesothelioma is a rare cancer, only affecting 2,000 –
3,000 patients a year. Although this number may be small
relative to other cancerous diseases, it is almost always 100%
fatal. Any individual or family that is diagnosed with or knows
someone with cancer deserves to have the best information
and support available. Our goal at Mesothelioma Guide is to
increase mesothelioma awareness.
Nutritionist Resource Page Our website allows individuals to search for a professional nutritionist, find information about how a nutritionist could help and review the answers to the most frequently asked nutrition questions.
We also list useful articles written by nutritionists, the latest news and upcoming events.
The Recipe Collection I found this website after suffering from gallstones and acute
pancreatitis, and I was looking for safe, fat free things I could
eat. Some good diet ideas on it. Thought it might interest
some of your website readers as the person who runs this site has been through the same problems
Natural Therapy For All Natural Therapy for All is an online web directory listing
complementary therapists (counsellors, hypnotherapists,
acupuncturists etc) all over the UK. Each therapist has a
profile stating what areas they specialise in, a bit about
their background, and their qualifications.
Consumer Safety Guide Consider Consumer Safety Guide a comprehensive resource
for information about faulty medical devices, FDA alerts, and
any other information about dangerous consumer products.
A Home Safety Checklist for Wheelchair Users The guide offers lots of helpful information such as:
Understanding areas of most concern or particular
difficulties frequently experienced by wheelchair users in their own homes.
A comprehensive checklist, which includes standards and recommendations, covering all areas of a home (kitchen,
bathroom, stairways, etc.) and aimed at improving the overall
comfort and safety for those in a wheelchair.  
Tips and advice
on basic wheelchair checks and the importance of regular
maintenance.  
Advice on manoeuvring, both inside the house
as well as in outside areas and access points, to prevent
injuries 
and accidents..  Other helpful resources, downloads,
and further information to help maintain a safe and wheelchair-friendly home environment.

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