The Electronic Orange Book: Approved Drug Products with Therapeutic Equivalence Evaluations allows users to search for approved generic equivalents for prescription and over-the-counter drugs. From the FDA.
Originally called “Ask the Chef,” this site was created by the Food News Service to answer questions about food and cooking. Users can browse by subject, search the site or submit a question of their own. Includes numerous recipes.
Created by Ken Foster, a lab technician at Southwest Tennessee Community College. This is a list of online tutorials and resources for students in a variety of subjects. Covers most subjects offered at the school.
A database of over 72,000 plant specimens from three Chicago institutions: the Field Museum of Natural History, The Morton Arboretum and the Chicago Botanic Garden. Although the focus is on plants and fungi found in the Chicago region, many entries are universal. Photos, taxonomic information and other descriptive data are included for most entries.
This site, compiled by the Electronics Industry Alliance, directs consumers to reuse, recycling and donation programs in their area. The site is specifically focused upon electronics recycling, but includes information on other programs as well.
Consumer Reports offers free guidance to consumers of prescription drugs on this site. The reports combines expert medical reviews with cost data to rank the most cost effective medicines. Users can search by condition, medicine name or browse the Money Saving Guides.
From the Georgetown University Library, a guide to declassified government documents. Includes information on the Freedom of Information Act and Executive Order 12958, which is used to declassify documents. A few links are available to Georgetown students only.