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National Women's Health Information Center
Health & Human Services
Welcome to the National Women's Health Information Center. This website and toll-free call center was created to provide FREE, reliable health information for women everywhere. Browse the database for great resources or take a look through the Special Sections on topic areas like heart disease, disabilities, pregnancy, body image, domestic violence and rape.  A well designed and very informative website on a vast range of health-related topics relevant to women everywhere.

Healthy Pregnancy
HHS
This section of the National Women's Health Information Center website contains useful and practical information about preparing for pregnancy, what happens during each of the three trimesters of pregnancy, fertility, labor and after childbirth. The information is comprehensive, yet easy to understand. The site is easy to navigate and eye-catching.

Heart Disease and Stroke
WomensHealth.gov
This article provides an overview of the affect that strokes and heart disease have on women in the United States. It includes definitions, risk factors and statistics.

Pregnancy
MedlinePlus
This site provides news, overviews, diagnosis/symptoms, tools, nutrition, research, organizations, statistics, related issues, and other information on pregnancy. The site is very easy to navigate and the information is thorough.

How Does Heart Disease Affect Women?
National Heart Lung and Blood Institute
This site provides information on heart disease in women, including ways to lower your risk and stories from those who have suffered from the condition. The site also includes ways to host a "Heart Truth" event or to get involved in ones around the country.