Abstracts, Articles, Citations, and Searches
Topic Specific Pubmed Query- Healthy People 2010 - Educational and Community-Based Programs
Topic Specific Pubmed Query- Healthy People 2010 – Family Planning
Topic Specific Pubmed Query- Healthy People 2010 - HIV
Topic Specific Pubmed Query- Healthy People 2010 – Maternal, Infant, and Child Health
Topic Specific Pubmed Query- Healthy People 2010 – Sexually Transmitted Diseases
CDC Vaccinations and Immunizations
Community Guidelines HIV/AIDS, STIs, and Pregnancy
National Guideline Clearinghouse HIV/AIDS
National Guideline Clearinghouse STDs
National Guideline Clearinghouse STIs
National Guideline Clearinghouse Unintended Pregnancy
National Prevention Information Network HIV/AIDS
National Prevention Information Network STDS
US Preventive Services Taskforce – Infectious Disease (reproductive and sexual health mostly)
Chlamydial Infection: Screening (In Progress)
Hepatitis B Virus Infection: Screening
Hepatitis B Virus Infection (Pregnant Women): Screening
Hepatitis C Virus Infection: Screening
Herpes Simplex, Genital: Screening
Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Infection: Screening
Sexually Transmitted Infections: Counseling
Syphilis (Pregnant Women): Screening
US Preventive Services Taskforce - Obstetric and Gynecologic Conditions
Aspirin Prophylaxis in Pregnancy: Preventive Medication
Bacterial Vaginosis in Pregnancy: Screening
Down Syndrome: Screening (Inactive)
Folic Acid Supplementation: Preventive Medication
Gestational Diabetes: Screening
Home Uterine Activity Monitoring: Screening (Inactive)
Intrapartum Electronic Fetal Monitoring: Screening (Inactive)
Neural Tube Defects: Screening (Inactive)
Preeclampsia: Screening (In Progress)
Rh Incompatibility: Screening
Ultrasonography in Pregnancy: Screening (Inactive)
Hawaii AIDS Education and Training Center- Sex Education -The mission of the Hawaii AIDS Education and Training Center and AIDS Education Project is to provide excellent research, education and training on prevention and care in Hawaii and in the Asian Pacific Region.
Office of Population Affairs Clearinghouse
The OPA Clearinghouse collects, develops, and distributes free publications on family planning (including information on contraception, abstinence, and sterilization) and reproductive health (including information on cervical cancer, Pap tests, and sexually transmitted infection and disease). Available in English and Spanish and Print and Electronic.
Partners in Information Access for the Public Health Workforce is a collaboration of U.S. government agencies, public health organizations, and health sciences libraries which provides timely, convenient access to selected public health resources on the Internet.
Planned Parenthood is a leading sexual and reproductive health care provider and advocate. They work to improve women’s health and safety, prevent unintended pregnancies, and advance the right and ability of individuals and families to make informed and responsible choices. Health topics and information include men and women’s health, contraception, abortion, and sexual orientation and gender.
(POPulation information onLINE), the world's largest database on reproductive health, containing citations with abstracts to scientific articles, reports, books, and unpublished reports in the field of population, family planning, and related health issues. POPLINE is maintained by the K4Health Project at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health/Center for Communication Programs and is funded by the United States Agency for International Development. (USAID).
Here you will find an information portal through Medlineplus.gov. You can find information on all aspects of men’s health including birth control, erectile dysfunction, homosexuality, sexual health, and testicular cancer.
Answer - Answer is a national organization dedicated to providing and promoting comprehensive sexuality education in the U.S. We are committed to supplying resources, advocacy, training and solutions in support of honest and balanced sexuality education for young people and the adults in their lives. Answer is based at Rutgers University. Sex, etc. is affiliated with Answer.
Center for Young Women’s Health
The Center for Young Women’s Health is a collaboration between the Division of Adolescent & Young Adult Medicine and the Division of Gynecology, Children’s Hospital Boston, Boston, MA. The website’s top-level topics are nutrition and fitness, sexuality and health, development, gynecology, and emotional health. Most content is available in both English and Spanish. Features include a blog by youth advisors and mentors, online chats with experts, quizzes, and parent guides.
Go Ask Alice!
Go Ask Alice! is a question-and-answer resource produced by the Alice! Health Promotion Program, a division of Health Services at Columbia University, New York, NY. Developed for Columbia students, it offers information for responsible decision making. Topics include relationships; sexuality; sexual, emotional, and general health; fitness; nutrition; and alcohol, nicotine, and other drugs.
TeensHealth is part of KidsHealth, an information resource from the Nemours Foundation’s Center for Children’s Health Media. Its Sexual Health section includes interactive diagrams of male and female reproductive organs. Other sections include body, mind, diseases, drugs and alcohol, expert answers, and food and fitness. There are English- and Spanish- language versions and a weekly newsletter.
MedlinePlus: Teen Health
Specific subjects covered include general health and development, sexual health, pregnancy, and mental health.
Sex, Etc. is part of the Teen-to-Teen Sexuality Education Project developed by Answer, a national organization dedicated to providing and promoting comprehensive sexuality education to young people and the adults who teach them. Unique features include “get tested”, quizzes, and videos. This site has a variety of sexual health topics.
Young Men’s Health
This is the male counterpart of the Center for Young Women’s Health site (above), from the Division of Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine, Children’s Hospital Boston, Boston, MA. Top-level topics are the same except for gynecology, and there are some reciprocal links between “guys’” and “girls’” versions of the same material. The young men’s site lacks Spanish content and some of its counterpart’s other features.
HIV and STD
The National HIV & STD testing resource from the CDC searches for HIV and STD testing types and locations via zip code and radius.
HealthyWomen (HW) is a leading independent health information source for women. Information is organized into categories such as Health Centers-pregnancy, reproductive and pelvic health, and sexual health, Pregnancy and Parenting, and Midlife and Beyond.
MCH (Maternal and Child Health) Library at Georgetown University
The MCH community includes health professionals, policymakers, family advocates, community service professionals, MCH/public health faculty and students, families, and the public. The MCH Library is a virtual guide to MCH information. It offers a combination of MCH information compiled by library staff and pathways to the best MCH information available on other Web sites, from organizations, and in libraries.
Knowledge paths on maternal and child health-related topics contain selections of recent, high quality resources and tools for staying abreast of new developments and conducting further research. Components of a knowledge path include links to Web sites, electronic publications, databases, and discussion groups.
This Web site brings together key resources for program and service planning, implementation, and evaluation; and for education of MCH professionals and of the communities they serve.
Wisconsin Maternal and Child Health
The MCH Program works with local public health departments, community based organizations, statewide organizations and other providers to provide and or assure quality health services are delivered to mothers, children, and families in Wisconsin. Primary areas of focus include: increasing healthy birth outcomes; promoting and assuring comprehensive primary care for children ages birth to 21, including children with special health care needs; promoting healthy lifestyles among school-age youth, ages 6-21, including children with special health care needs; assure access to safe, healthy child care up to age six, including children with special health care needs; preconception, pregnancy-testing, and family planning/reproductive health services.
Here you will find an information portal through Medlineplus.gov. You can find information on all aspects of women’s health including birth control, domestic violence, cervical cancer, and hormone replacement therapy.
Diabetes and Pregnancy
HIV and infections
Infections and Pregnancy
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Urinary Tract Infections
Urine and Urination
Women’s Health Checkup