Welcome to NetWellness
Welcome to NetWellness. Whether you’re visiting for the first time, or back for more, we’re here to help you get the health information you need. Using the NetWellness search tool can help you find the information you are looking for much faster! Try these three tips:
Search – You may want to try our feature.
Browse – By browsing the previously asked questions in a specific health topic, you may come across similar questions that already have responses from our expert NetWellness team. To browse through previously asked questions, select a relevant health topic from the NetWellness homepage. Once you enter the specific health topic, click on the “More” link in the blue box on the right hand side of the page. From there, you can look through previous responses.
- Explore – Another way to find more information about a specific health topic is to explore your chosen health topic page. In the health topic, you will find general information on your topic as well as sections on The Body, Symptoms and Tests, Clinical Trials, Physician Referrals and more.
Can health questions be asked through the Comments/Feedback page?
No. The is limited to comments about how NetWellness works. Any suggestions you may have about improving the website or stories about how NetWellness has helped you are welcome on this page. All comments which are entered through the Comments/Feedback page are directed to the NetWellness technical staff.
How does the Health Reference Library work?
In addition to many pages of original content NetWellness also provides links to many other sources of health related information that has been reviewed for quality, accuracy, and currency. Browsing these links may help you find the health information you are searching for. Some of the quality health sources are the A.D.A.M. Health Illustrated Encyclopedia, ClinicalTrials.gov, MedlinePlus, OSU Patient Education Materials, and a series of health information translated into a variety of languages. Visit our for more information.
For more information:
Go to the NetWellness health topic.