A New Way to Get More Information About Your Health

A New Way to Get More Information About Your Health

A new federal health care website, called Finders, offers users a way to see the most recent health care news stories in the U.S. for a given geographic area.

Finders is part of the Health and Human Services Department, which was set up to provide the public with more comprehensive and timely health information.

The site is an amalgamation of several smaller services under the HHS, including the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCAM), the American Society for Clinical Nutrition, the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, the American Cancer Society, and the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases.

The new site is called FindERS.

Finders is the brainchild of Dr. Steven M. Cohen, a professor of clinical and translational medicine at Harvard Medical School.

The site provides users with information on how to find out more about their health, as well as how to get the most out of their health care.

FindERS allows users to search for a specific health care topic, and then go to the respective website to read the latest news and information.

FindER offers users access to a wide range of medical information, including medical records, tests, prescription information, health statistics, medical guidelines, and health care information for consumers in a broad range of geographic locations.

“Finders allows us to provide our community with more personalized information, which is critical for people who are looking for information about a health care problem or treatment, or to gain information about the health care system in general,” Cohen said.

Read more at americanconservative.com/2016/09/23/finders-says-health-care-information-is-important-in-american-decade/ The National Center of Complementaries and Alternative Medicines (NCM) is the leading global provider of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) research and education.

The NCM is dedicated to improving the quality of life for all patients through its CAM research, teaching, and research and development efforts.

The Center’s CAM programs address the needs of people with cancer, diabetes, asthma, and other chronic illnesses.

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