We treat a variety of complaints for which you might want to see a doctor now rather than waiting for an appointment with your primary care physician. Click on the health resource links to the right for more information on each topic.
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
- Liver Disease and Hepatitis
- Mental Health
- Skin and Dermatology Problems
- Sleep Disorders
This is the website of the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology. This is the best overall website for asthma sufferers.
This is the website of the very credible and well-researched American Lung Association. Also an excellent place to start.
Contains very basic information that’s easily understood.
This is the website of the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology. This includes not only the basics on asthma, but also the latest research.
This is the website of the Chronic Fatigue and Immune Dysfunction Syndrome Association of America. If suffering from this condition, this is the place to start.
This is the website of the National Institutes of Health, highly credible, includes links to other NIH resources.
This is the website of the American Diabetes Association. This organization is world reknowned. A great place to start. Also offers information in Spanish.
This is the place to start, containing a great deal of information.
This is the website of the National Headache Foundation and is dedicated to helping individuals cope with recurring and/or disabling headaches.
Straightforward, easy to navigate, enjoyable to use.
Excellent one-stop site for investigating a wide breadth of issues relevant to HIV / AIDS, including discussion forums, and other resources.
A very credible Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website. Includes information on diagnosis and prevention.
This is the website of the Gay Men’s Health Crisis in New York City. Very helpful for those living with HIV, implications of being HIV positive.
This is the website of the American Liver Foundation, a not-for-profit health agency. Contains advocacy information, stories; very elegant and thorough.
Contains a wealth of information about hepatitis C and other forms of hepatitis. Generally intended for a medical audience, however, it is understandable and comes from a very credible agency, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
This is the website of the National Mental Health Consumers’ Self-Help Clearing House. The strength is ability to connect people to services, and empowers people to make choices about their own mental health.
This is the website of the National Mental Health Association. This is a not-for-profit organization. Excellent place to start when investigating mental health issues and serves as an excellent search engine.
This allows you to “ask the doctor”, and has a large number of FAQs. Very broad, easy to use.
The website of the national Sleep Foundation; very credible, frequently updated, well-written, easy-to-read.
This is the website of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. The site has been set-up by well qualified staff and has links to other high quality sites. May need to sift through some difficult or irrelevant information, but overall, very helpful.