A Woman’s World?IN WOMEN'S HEALTH
- Choose Web addresses with .gov, .edu, and .org at the end. They are usually sponsored by state and federal government agencies, nonprofit organizations, or colleges and universities.
- Stick with names you trust. Visit the Web sites of nationally or regionally recognized organizations for up-to-date information on the health topics they’re involved in.
- Trust your instincts. If what you’re reading sounds too good to be true, then it probably is.
You don’t have to be Spiderwoman to be a savvy Web crawler. Whether you’re a newcomer to the wealth of health on the World Wide Web or a seasoned surfer, you’re sure to benefit from some of these well-known sites. Medline www.medlineplus.gov The American Heart Association www.americanheart.org National Women’s Health Resource Center www.healthywomen.org American Academy of Pediatrics www.aap.org American Academy of Family Physicians www.familydoctor.org American Menopause Foundation www.americanmenopause.org National Institutes of Health www.nih.gov National Women’s Health Information Center www.4woman.gov American Council on Exercise www.acefitness.org WebMD www.webmd.com American Association for Retired Persons www.aarp.org American Academy of Obstetrics and Gynecology www.acog.org American Medical Association www.ama-assn.org American Psychological Association www.apa.org American Cancer Society www.cancer.org