Reading about health doesn't have to be a pill. Unlike most other health sites, WebMD and Revolution Health, which sometimes treat health information like bitter medicine, Health.com tackles even the most serious matters, like heart disease and depression, with a more sympathetic tone. Although it does not delve as thoroughly into science and treatment as the other sites, Health.com does a better job of addressing the related emotional issues. Its section on breast cancer, for example, explores body image and how the disease can affect your sex life. You'll also find videos of patients who had successful treatment and the doctors who cared for them. Health.com (which is owned by TIME.com's parent company, Time Inc.) was totally overhauled in May 2008, so if you haven't visited lately, make sure to circle back. For a newsier approach to wellness, we rely on the Health News section of the New York Times.