Online resources for public health resources is growing, including government resources, online publications and global health initiatives. While you can find some lists hidden away in several government or educational resources, the ability to know what might be available may remain elusive. This list focuses on the top 50 free public health resources worth bookmarking, and the links represent a good portion of current available resources for your convenience. [click to continue…]

Widespread acceptance of social media has affected how businesses and individuals use Twitter for public health purposes. Even the government has gotten into the act, with different governmental agencies using Twitter to gain interest in their various projects. While some writers, such as Phil Baumann, have noted Twitter’s efficiency as a health tool and have shown how health “Tweets” need to maintain certain standards, we’ve built a list for you that offers 50 healthy ways to use Twitter with links to the actual resources so you can begin immediately to prove Twitter’s worth as an effective tool in your life. [click to continue…]