Bismarck Senior Center

Health information resources highlighted during Bismarck Senior Center classes


NOTE:  The information resources listed in this guide are not meant to be a substitute for advice provided by a qualified healthcare professional. If you have questions or need assistance in making health decisions, please consult with a doctor, pharmacist, or other healthcare professional.

See the FInding Good Health Information guide for additional resources.


The end result of the scam is always detrimental to you, the consumer.  Scammers prey on vulnerable people and your emotions, your desire to get ahead financially, and your trust.  Their sole purpose is to separate you from your money and your identity.  Be alert, be skeptical, ask questions, and research, research, research!  The old adage “If it’s too good to be true, it probably is”  was accurate decades ago and remains even more so in the present.

See this brochure for more and local information:

Health Scams

Finding Good Health Information & Evaluating It

Recommended Places to Start



These librarians are available to assist you in locating information you may need to ask questions and make informed decisions:

Kate Waldera Marcia Francis
Kate Waldera
Head of Information Services
Bismarck Veterans Memorial Public Library

Marcia Francis
Southwest Clinical Campus Librarian (Bismarck)
Library Resources
UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences