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Whether you work in a hospital, a laboratory, a healthcare company, or are receiving training, UpToDate provides the evidence-based resources you need to support your clinical decisions and inform your research. Below, you'll find a categorized list of useful websites and online resources for students that will help make student life a little easier from day one. In the case of Cambridge Upper Secondary and Cambridge Advanced, approved textbooks and digital resources published to support curricula are found in the Published Resources tab of the corresponding curriculum page. This is where the Internet comes in, a kingdom of resources for students with abundant information on any topic, where you can learn the things your parents never taught you (or that you weren't interested in learning at the time), such as how to budget your money, how to process an overdraft with your bank and how to iron your clothes without leaving an iron pattern.
Coursera covers a wide range of academic learning, allowing you to supplement your studies with some additional knowledge. The tutors will seek evidence of the academic potential of the students, as well as their commitment and motivation to the course, so they will surely seek proof that a student is truly committed to their subject and is passionate about studying it. iTunesU can also be a very useful resource, as it has a wide range of content on physics, from public talks to undergraduate conferences, from various accredited sources. While this resource is great for hypochondriacs, it doesn't replace the knowledge of a real doctor: unplug and visit your university health center if you're really worried.