Public Health Corps:

The mission of the Public Health Corps is simple: Putting the public back into public health. Public health is only effective if the public can actually access and discern what information is reliable.  But given how much information and how many ‘sources’ are out there, how can you decide who’s the authority? That’s where we come in.


Our goal is to provide a hub of reputable and useful public information on health topics.  We apply library science and technical know-how to the public health sector to identify quality authorities as well as to track news and developments, and then we organize it into handy references made available on this site.


Our team is comprised of volunteers who are driven to educate and empower others to action, as well as paid experts working to incorporate market research with public health to identify and promote quality content. We hope that the resources we provide will empower others to make a difference in their community.*


*Taken verbatim from their website.


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How to Cope with Sudden Illness or Disability


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