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Information Especially For You
Asian-American Health in MedlinePlus
(National Library of Medicine)

Asian American Women's Health
(Office of Women's Heal, DHHS)

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Research and Tools
Asian/Pacific Islander American Health Bibliography January 1990 through March 1995
(National Library of Medicine)

The Providers' Guide to Quality and Culture: Asian Americans
(Management Sciences for Health)
This section is designed to help health care professionals achieve positive health outcomes across the diverse populations of Asian Americans in the United States. The material contained here will improve provider understanding of important cultural factors in Asian-American perception of risk and patterns of health-seeking behaviors and stimulate further thought and action to reduce disparities in health care among Asian-American groups.

South Asian Health Issues
(South Asian Women's Network)
This section provides pointers to some studies of health issues extracted mostly from MEDLINE that are specifically concerned with South Asians, particularly women, for example, studies that show ethnic differences in incidences of certain medical conditions.

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Materials in Asian Languages

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Organizations and Programs
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