U.S. Health Care
Health care is one of the most important topics in American politics and society today. Use this Web guide to find information on the government and non-government health care organizations that seek to educate and heal the American public. You’ll find resources for health care news, as well as information on where the current presidential candidates stand on health care issues.
The following organizations represent the U.S. government’s role in the American health care system. These Web sites are resources for current U.S. health care policies, and illuminate American citizens’ health care rights accordingly. Some offer health news and information.
- This guide is not intended as a resource for locating health care services. If you’re looking for a medical professional or a federal agency that deals with health care, visit healthfinder.gov, a health care directory offered by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
The White House
maintains a page on U.S. health care. Use the site to track speeches and press releases related to health care topics, and to read up on how the current administration is tackling major health care issues.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
offers consumer health care information. The site deals less with health care policies than it does with daily health care issues, such as drugs approved by the FDA, and other medical news and products.
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