Resource Guide for Pneumonia
1301 Pennsylvania Ave, NW
Washington, DC 20004
This is a website covering all kinds of information about diseases and conditions of the lungs, including various types of pneumonia. Information on how to quit smoking, and lots of data and statistics are available. You can also link into your local American Lung Association’s website and can get information on activities and programs occurring all over the nation. Research programs are discussed, and links to a variety of relevant websites are also available.
1600 Clifton RD
Atlanta, GA 30333
This site provides information on many types of pneumonia, prevention guidelines, data, and statistics. You can also get information on how to stay healthy while traveling to different countries, as well as a huge amount of other information pertaining to public health, tracking disease trends globally, and international health initiatives.
NHLBI Health Information Center
PO Box 30105
Bethesda, Maryland, 20824-0105
This website has detailed information about various heart, lung, and blood disorders, including information on various types of pneumonia. Information is available for patients, the general public, and healthcare providers. News and press releases about recent research findings are available. There are details on research projects seeking volunteers if you are interested in participating in a clinical trial. Numerous links to other pertinent sites are also available.
New York, NY 10006-2755
This education and scientific society has over 18,000 members. Visitors to the site can access ATS journals and documents.
Last reviewed October 2012 by Brian Randall
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