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Health websites | Inhalant abuse | Complementary health approaches | Self-harm | Taking part in clinical research

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Thursday, September 28, 2017

Credible Health Websites 

A woman using her laptop at a cafe.

Learn how to tell whether a website has health information that you can trust. (From NIH News in Health)  

Effects of Inhalant Abuse 

A group of colorful markers.

Markers, glue, and certain other products give off fumes. Sometimes young kids and other people inhale fumes to get high. Learn about overdose and other risks. (From NIH’s NIDA)

Thinking About Complementary Health? 

A man receiving acupuncture on his forehead.

Discover what you need to know to find a professional for acupuncture, chiropractic, or other complementary health treatments. (From NIH’s NCCIH)

Understanding Self-Harm 

A doctor consoling a young patient.

Some people cope with strong feelings by cutting or otherwise harming themselves. Learn about possible triggers and ways to cope. (From NIH News in Health)

How Can You Take Part in Clinical Research?   

An image of the Mark O. Hatfield Clinical Research Center (Building 10) North entrance in Bethesda, MD

NIH supports clinical research studies across the country. It’s often possible to enroll in a study near your home. Find out how. (From NIH Director’s Blog)

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