Advice from Milpitas & Other Local Resources
Santa Clara Valley Chapter. Emergency preparedness, blood drive
info, and more.
This guide is intended to inform you of your rights to receive
quality health care and what steps you can take if you encounter
problems. Prepared by The Foundation for Taxpayer & Consumer
Department of Managed
Get help with your HMO. How do HMOs rate on quality and service?
Click here to check out the online California HMO Report Card.
Manual of Diagnosis and Therapy
Reliable, easy-to-use online book of medical information.
Santa Clara County Public Health & Human Care
Explore health insurance programs, disease prevention information,
or local clinics and hospitals here.
Community Health Resource Library
Access to informational resources focusing on health-related
topics. The Library provides free, public access to a variety
of resources including books, journals, videos and a variety
of medical databases. Washington
Something in the air got you sneezing? Check the pollen report
for the San Jose area on weather.com.
American Cancer Society
Put 95035 in drop down menu under "In Your Area." Local events and information. Santa Clara County Unit, 1715 S
Bascom Ave, Ste 100, Campbell, CA, 95008, 408-879-1032.
For many of the 1.3 million people diagnosed with breast, prostate
and other cancers in the U.S. each year, there's encouraging
news today. From Varian Oncology Systems of Milpitas.
Suffering from a common cold and wonder how to treat yourself
and when you should see a doctor. Medical Self-help site has
and Flu Facts
Influenza, or the flu, is a respiratory infection caused by a
variety of flu viruses. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control
and Prevention (CDC) estimates that 35 to 50 million Americans
come down with the flu during each flu season, which typically
lasts from November to March.
LifeScan Giving to the Diabetes Community
LifeScan seeks to improve the lives of people with diabetes through two forms of giving: (1) educational grants and sponsorships for Healthcare Professional organizations and patient advocacy groups, and (2) financial and product contributions to diabetes charities.
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friends and family, and service providers in the Bay Area to
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