Disability Resource Center
Click here to view information on services available to students with physical, learning, sensory or psychological disabilities through the Disability Resource Center. For more information, visit the Disability Resource Center website.
Health Encyclopedia via UF Health
Health Care Information Online
Click here to view a list of external health websites recommended by the Student Health Care Center. NOTE: The information provided on these websites is not intended as a substitute for professional medical advice or emergency treatment. You should not use any information on these websites to diagnose or develop a treatment plan for a health problem or disease without consulting a qualified health care provider.
Free Smartphone Apps
NOTE: The information provided on these smartphone apps and/or websites is not intended as a substitute for professional medical advice or emergency treatment. You should not use any information on these smartphone apps and/or websites to diagnose or develop a treatment plan for a health problem or disease without consulting a qualified health care provider.
- Epocrates: Concerned about mixing medications? This app lets you identify prescription over-the-counter pills based on color and shape and check interactions. The directory includes Food and Drug Administration-approved and off-label dosing, risk categories, warnings and manufacturer contacts.
- WebMD – Apple iTunes only: Read a daily mini-magazine of healthy living tips, fun facts, recipes and more. Check your symptoms, access information about medicine, get first aid essentials and check local health listings on the go, from the most trusted brand in health information.
- ZocDoc: If you’re away from home or need a new doctor, enter your location, your insurance and the specialty you need and ZocDoc will generate a list of nearby physicians who meet your criteria — with their available appointment times.
Condition management: COMING SOON!
UF Counseling and Wellness Center (CWC) – Free Apps: A list of free apps covering numerous concerns, including:
- Stress Management/Anxiety Reduction
- Mindfulness Meditation
- General Wellness/Time Management
Nutrition and weight management
- Lose It!: Lose It! is designed with one goal — to help you lose weight in a healthy, sustainable way.
- MyFitnessPal: Free online calorie counter and diet plan. Lose weight by tracking your caloric intake quickly and easily. Find nutrition facts for over two million foods.
- Navy Operational Fitness and Fueling Series (NOFFS): The NOFFS is designed to provide the Navy with a world-class performance training resource for Sailors, as well as Navy health and fitness professionals. Using the latest sports science methodologies, the logic engine for NOFFS combines both human performance and injury prevention strategies, resulting in safer training while yielding positive human performance outcomes.
- Recovery Record: Eating disorder management from the privacy of your mobile phone. Highlights: Celebrate wins with rewards; Personalize your journey; Use at any time and stage of recovery Social and secure; and Meaningful collaboration with your treatment team.
- SexPositive: It’s difficult to predict when you may need access to sexual health information. With SexPositive, judgement-free information about STIs, safety, communication tips and healthy advice are available on your smartphone 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- 52 Weeks for Women’s Health: The National Institutes of Health’s app offers a full year of ideas for a healthy lifestyle, with tips and information on 52 alphabetized health topics. You can also track your health risks, goals and progress.
- MyMenstrualDiary – Apple iTunes OR MyMenstrualDiary – Google Play: A very simple and easy to use app to monitor your periods, determine the date of ovulation and the fertile period.