All the three sites gives information on various issues related to health with associated measures that can be applied in real life situations. The first site http://www.nih.gov discusses about the achievements of the National Institutes of health after twenty fives of excellent performance. It is interesting that such a company has been in operation for over two decades despite the stiff the industry competition. The site is also well design to give easy access to the institute information and what they endeavor to achieve in future. The first visual impression gives a person appetite to learn more about the organization.
The second site http://www.cdc.gov concentrates on disease control and prevention. It is interesting that as much as the center deals with health care provision they also attempt to educate people on how to succeed. There are several success stories from different groups of individuals where one can learn and be able to manage their life’s activities. The site also addresses some of the environmental health issues that we tend to assume yet they are harmful to our health. It therefore, gives information on how we can avoid risks and keep our environment clean with various statistical analyses, which are appealing and easy to analyze while seeking solution to health issues.
The other site http://www.ahrq.gov deals with standards and measures for health living. It is that we can lead a quality life through prioritizing and effective observance of policy. It is evident that through technological advancement, life has been made simpler by providing information that is accessible to everyone concerning his or her health. We no longer have to visit the doctor to get information on health issues, instead clinical information and policies are available at the site. The site also has been design with information index for quick accessible of what is needed and one can spend little time to locate the needed information.
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