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Other helpful Web sites
Reproductive Health Outlook
Visitors to this site will find reviews on clinical guidelines, research summaries and program information about 11 reproductive health topics, including infertility, men and reproductive health, HIV/AIDS and cervical cancer. The site also provides online resources to news services, conference updates, online reproductive health journals and major bibliographic databases.
Health Information for Minority Women
From the Office on Women's Health in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, this Web site provides topical health information on each minority group--including nutrition, substance abuse, reproductive health and osteoporosis. The site also provides fact sheets, frequently asked questions, press releases, links to other sites and search engines.
Guide to ProgramsNational Science Foundation Funding Opportunities
This site provides a list of funding available for scientific education and research. Visitors with interests in science, engineering, mathematics and technology will find summaries of programs, eligibility information, links to NSF Directorate Web sites, publications and NSF's E-Bulletin. The site also offers visitors the opportunity to sign up for E-Bulletin, a Web page that releases deadlines and target dates to submit proposals to NSF.
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