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The Medical Library Association (MLA) finds the Web sites below particularly useful in deciphering 'medspeak' for health consumers. Sites are listed in alphabetical, not ranked, order:
• Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
• HIV InSite
• Mayo Clinic
• MEDEM: an information partnership of medical societies
• MedlinePlus (English | Español)
• NOAH: New York Online Access to Health