Multicultural Health

Diabetes Resources for Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders

American Diabetes Association's links to diabetes resources for Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders. 

Health Information Translations

This website provides plain language health education resources for health care professionals and others working in communities with limited English proficient populations.The website is a collaboration of health education specialists from the four health systems in Central Ohio:


Multilingual health information in more than 80 languages, including multiple formats  (print, audio, video).  Includes an A-Z listing of health conditions; Health Services for Refugees; and Emerging Populations to find various resources on some of the newer or less familiar refugee groups coming

Healthy Roads Media

Healthy Roads Media

Health information access is a basic health need. Literacy, health-literacy, illness, aging, disability and language are all issues that can pose barriers to obtaining basic health information.

MedlinePlus: Health Information in Multiple Languages

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Find health information in your native language so that you can understand your condition, diagnosis, medication, and ask your doctor the right questions.

Minority Women's Health

This section of takes a closer look at some of the main health problems facing specific minority groups, and provides links to more in-depth information.

Multiple Languages Health Information Resources

National Network of Libraries of Medicine

The National Library of Medicine seeks to "empower communities" with access to reliable health information resources.

Office of Minority Health

Taking care of yourself and your loved ones is the first step towards good health. That means reading up about how to stay well, learning common symptoms of possible health problems, staying up-to-date on the new health care law and knowing where to turn for help.

Stanford Health Library

Resources connecting you to multilingual health information.


SPIRAL (Selected Patient Information in Asian Languages) provides access to the following patient information documents in Asian Languages created by non-profit health agencies and organizations. All documents are intended for public use and may be distributed for not-for-profit purposes.


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