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Health and wellness library

We’ve gathered a variety of articles to help you manage your health. You’ll find articles to help guide you through the confusing parts of health care and to help you make healthier life choices. There are tips for new and expecting parents. And you’ll learn more about making smart choices when dealing with tough health situations.*

Take control of your health

We’ll help you manage your health. Our health and wellness library is full of tips to keep you healthy. And to teach you how to get the most out of your Aetna Better Health® of Maryland plan.

We've grouped our library articles into four sections for quick access:

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With this health resource, you’ll have access to more than 4,000 topics relating to health and medication, including: 


  • Diseases and conditions

  • Diagnoses and treatments 

  • Procedures 

  • Over-the-counter products 

  • Prescriptions 

  • Nutraceuticals 


This is the National Institutes of Health's website for patients and their families and friends. It’s produced by the National Library of Medicine. You’ll get the health information you need in language you can understand. This service is reliable, up-to-date — and free. You can use it for:

  • The latest treatments

  • Information on a drug or supplement

  • The meanings of terms you don’t understand

  • Helpful medical videos or illustrations

  • Links to the latest medical research on your topic

  • Information about clinical trials in your area for a certain disease or condition

Additional Resources


If you want more information about a health resources available to you, please contact your Prevention and Wellness Coordinator at or Member Services at 1-866-827-2710 (TTY: 711).


*Health information found on this website is general in nature. It is not a substitute for professional health care. It's not meant to replace the advice of health care professionals. For specific health care needs or complete health information, please be sure to see a doctor or other health care provider.

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