If you search for information on allergies, cancer, AIDS, or any other illness at one of the web’s search engines, you’re likely to find thousands and thousands of documents. But are they reliable. Who knows? And when you’re dealing with health, reliability is everything. How do you make sense of all the health information on the web? Well, you can turn to Healthfinder, a U.S. government site with links to health and medical news, databases, journals and other information. With a simple interface and a well-organized collection of links, Healthfinder serves as an excellent gateway to the seemingly endless amount of medical knowledge on the Internet. There’s a strong focus on government resources, but you’ll also find links to respected non-profits and academic research centers.