An archived page from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides background on the swine flu, information about the H1N1 vaccine,and recommendations on prevention and treatment.
Enlistment forms, letters from the 117th N.Y. Volunteer Infantry Regiment and personal letters written between 1862 and 1865.
Onondaga County Health Department provides this database searchable by clinic type and city.
healthcare.gov - Learn about the Health Insurance Marketplace; enroll; get health insurance for yourself, your family, or your employees.
Full text articles from nursing and allied health journals, plus a variety of personal health information sources from 1980 to the present.
Gateway site from the U.S. Dept. of Health provides links to consumer health information from government agencies and non-profit organizations.
If your energy bills are more than you can handle, HEAP may be able to help you heat your home. The program may help you pay for: electricity, gas, oil, coal, propane, wood, or kerosene.
This site provides a browsable list of dietary supplements and herbal remedies with information on dosage, safety, interactions, and uses.
Genealogy database containing the U.S. Federal Census from 1790-1930 and 7.5 million pages of family and local histories and more. Remote use: Liverpool Cardholders Only. If you have a card from another OCPL library use www.onlib.org instead.
The state agency responsible for administering the Tuition Assistance Program (TAP), College Savings program, and providing guidance on college financial issues.
Over 3,000 pieces of historic sheet music from Duke University's Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library.
Residential Genealogy. Over 1.5 million historic detailed high resolution property and antique maps that can be searched by keyword and address. Geo-code allows a comparsion of modern Google maps with historic maps.
US Census data describing the people and economy by state and county from 1790 to 1960.
Expert advice from Cornell University on gardening and lawn care.
For hobbyists and professionals; topics include architectural techniques, tool and material selection, and zoning requirements.
A step-by-step repair guide from Better Homes & Gardens. Includes links to a large nationally-known chain with how-to and buying guides.
Includes Civil War battle descriptions, biographies, medical care, and essays.
National organization. Latest on state/federal legislation and education issues.
Links to fabric stores, sewing machine manufacturers, pattern companies, books, and manufacturers of assorted notions. There are also sections with sewing tips & techniques, and free instructions for projects for both adults and kids.
Whether you want to use a professional mover or do it yourself, this site has "loads" of tips!
Home of Mary Pride's Practical Homeschooling Magazine and homeschooling community. Large number of articles, news, online experts, and events listings.
Try a national search of available properties in the US, France, and Canada. This resource also offers lots of advice on moving and relocation.
View the online companion to this PBS and Learning Channel favorite. Features clips and projects from past shows.
Brings K-12 homework sites together in one convenient spot.
Comprehensive company, industry, and market intelligence,
This site provides contact information, eligibility for services, and training for volunteers providing help. Hospice is dedicated to providing end-of-life care for people with terminal illnesses and their families.
Provides coverage of both historical and current state of affairs in the hospitality and tourism field, including cultural aspects of travel and leisure activities, and economic aspects of tourism.
Lists over 4,000 consumer brands and their health effects taken from Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) and brand labels.
This web site gives detailed descriptions of a wide variety of products "from daily household items...to heavy machinery," and provides product's background, history, raw materials, and manufacturing process.
Site has clear, easy-to-understand explanations. Browse the categories or use the search feature to find information about machines, electronics, cars, the human body and much more.
Illustrated instructions for how to burn a data CD or DVD in Mac OS X