Topics for Various Ages
Browse health topics that are particular to certain age groups. Also, note the types of health screenings that are typical for each age.
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Library Topics from Our Medical Services
We've arranged our library by health topic, with a liberal dose of information centered around a body system or disease type.
- Cardiology (Heart)
- Critical Care (Intensive Care)
- Dentistry (Mouth and Teeth)
- Dermatology (Skin, Hair, and Nails)
- Endocrinology (Diabetes, Growth, and Hormones)
- Gastroenterology (Digestive System)
- Genetics (Inherited Conditions)
- Gynecology (Female Reproductive System)
- Hematology Oncology (Blood Diseases)
- Infectious Diseases (Infections)
- Mental Health (Behavioral and Developmental)
- Neonatology (Newborns - High Risk)
- Nephrology (Kidneys)
- Neurology (Brain and Nerves)
- Neurosurgery (Brain Surgery)
- Ophthalmology (Eyes and Vision)
- Orthopedics (Bones, Joints, and Muscles)
- Otolaryngology (Ears, Nose, and Throat)
- Pediatrics and Family Medicine (Primary Care)
- Pulmonary (Allergy, Lungs, and Breathing)
- Rheumatology (Arthritis, Autoimmune Diseases)
- Sports Medicine (Sports Injuries and Therapy)
- Surgery (Traditional and Minimally Invasive)
- Transplant Surgery (Organ and Tissue Transplantation)
- Urology (Urinary System and Male Reproductive System)
Our medical staff members and librarians have assembled a collection of materials written with professional care givers in mind.
- Medical Journals and References for Pediatrics Professionals from the University of Iowa's Hardin Library for the Health Sciences
- Guides Produced by University of Iowa Faculty and Staff for Health Professionals