Health Information Links and Hotlines

Health Information Links and Hotlines

Self Care Guide – Published by the American Institute for Preventative Medicine

  • This guide is a resource for general medical information and preventative health care information.
  • Students can use this guide to identify signs, symptoms, and causes.
  • It provides students with a list of questions they should ask their healthcare provider.
  • It provides possible treatment options.
  • Some topics that can be found in the Self Care Guide are:

    • Cold and Flu
    • Sore Throat
    • Abdominal Pain
    • Fatigue
    • Allergies and Asthma
    • Diarrhea
    • Sexually Transmitted Diseases
    • Eating Disorders
    • Acne
    • Eating Well

Call A Nurse – 1-877-643-5130; 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (only available for student's covered under United Healthcare Insurance)

  • The Collegiate Assistance Program can give you information and support when you:

    • Aren't sure if you have a serious medical problem
    • Want to learn how to take care of a new or chronic condition
    • Need information about medications, tests, or procedures
    • Want to find ways to talk effectively with your health care provider
    • Have questions about how to stay healthy
    • Navigate college preparation, admission, and financing process
    • Non-clinical issues, such as mounting credit card debt, divorce, child custody matters, and shelter from abusive relationships
    • Facing stressful or emotional issue

Health Questions Answered

Morristown Memorial Hospital online resource for answering Health Questions – TeenHealthFX

TeenHealthFX.com is your online resource for any and all questions regarding your health, your relationships and your body. While this site is informative, it's not a substitute for talking to your doctor and your parents.

Immunizations

Colds and Flu

Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Asthma

Tobacco

Women & Nutrition

  • My Pyramid
  • New Jersey Eating Disorders Hotline – 1-800-624-2268

General Health Information

Drugs and Alcohol