Title Agency Type Category

Logo for Keep Food Safe Blog Keep Food Safe Blog

Description:Practical information and tips from the experts to help you and your family stay food safe.

Managed By: Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs

Tags: Food Safety , Safety

OS Icon_blog Public health

Logo for Federal Advisory Committee Blog Federal Advisory Committee Blog

Description:In the spirit of transparency and collaboration, this blog will help ONC’s FACAs open a broader dialogue with you.

Managed By: Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT

Tags: Reference , Health IT , Open Government , Open Government , Health Care

OS Icon_blog Health Care

Logo for Be Active Your Way Blog Be Active Your Way Blog

Description:Science-based guidance to help Americans aged 6 and older improve their health through appropriate physical activity.

Managed By: Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion

Tags: Children , Parents , Obesity Prevention

OS Icon_blog Family Services, Youth

Logo for AIDS.gov Blog AIDS.gov Blog

Description:This blog serves as a forum to raise awareness and foster public discussion on HIV/AIDS-related federal policy, programs, and resources; the National HIV/AIDS Strategy; HIV/AIDS research; and using new media effectively in the response to HIV/AIDS.

Managed By: Office of HIV/AIDS Policy

Tags: Education , HIV/AIDS , Chronic Disease , Reference

OS Icon_blog Diseases & Conditions

Logo for Reference Point Reference Point

Description:The audience for this blog is health sciences library staff in the U.S. and abroad. Others who will benefit from the blog are 1) library and information science faculty and students and 2) library staff at colleges and universities with health science majors, but no health sciences library.

Managed By: Office of Communications & Public Liaison

Tags: Reference , Research , Biotechnology , Science

NIH/NLM Icon_blog Research

Logo for NIMH Director’s Blog NIMH Director’s Blog

Description:Directors’s Blog: Thomas R. Insel, M.D.- NIMH Director

Managed By: National Institute of Mental Health

Tags: Mental Health , Reference

NIH/NIMH Icon_blog Mental Health

Logo for The Sara Bellum Blog The Sara Bellum Blog

Description:The Sara Bellum Blog is written by a team of NIDA scientists, science writers, and public health analysts of all ages. We connect you with the latest scientific research and news, so you can use that info to make healthy, smart decisions.

Tags: Research , Science

NIH/NIDA Icon_blog Public health, Research

Logo for Genetic Diversity & Health Blog Genetic Diversity & Health Blog

Description:The official CRGGH blog that provides a forum for commentary and perspectives on issues relating to the mission and research currently being carried out at the center. The goal of the blog is to promote dialogue between the scientific and public communities.

Managed By: Center for Research on Genomics and Global Health

Tags: Genomics , Research , Research

NIH/NHGRI Icon_blog Global Health, Research

Logo for Cancer Epidemiology Matters Blog Cancer Epidemiology Matters Blog

Description:The purpose of the Cancer Epidemiology Matters blog is to help foster a dialogue between the National Cancer Institute’s (NCI) Epidemiology and Genomics Research Program (EGRP), extramural cancer researchers, and other individuals, such as clinicians, community partners, and advocates, who are interested in cancer epidemiology and genomics.

Managed By: Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences

Tags: Cancer , Research , Genomics

NIH/NCI Icon_blog Diseases & Conditions, Research

Logo for NCI Biomedical Informatics Blog NCI Biomedical Informatics Blog

Description:The National Cancer Informatics Program (NCIP) is the new informatics infrastructure that will support the National Cancer Institute’s (NCI) research programs and will leverage the investments made in, and lessons learned from, caBIG. The vision for NCIP is one of interoperable biomedical information systems, built on community-driven data standards to support the cancer research enterprise.

Managed By: Center for Biomedical Informatics and Information Technology (CBIIT)

Tags: Cancer , Research , Biotechnology

NIH/NCI Icon_blog Diseases & Conditions, Research