HealthyChildren: A new website designed by the American Academy of Pediatrics for parents.
AAP Website:  Official site of the American Academy of Pediatrics, includes sections on parenting, health topics, and a bookstore.
KidsHealth: The largest and most visited site on the Web containing doctor approved intormation about children.  It is divided into three separate areas: kids, teens, and parents.  Very user friendly.
CDC travel website:  Great resource for traveling abroad.  Contains recommended vaccines for specific areas, information for traveling with children, and outbreak alerts.
Vaccine information from CHOP:  A vaccine education center for the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.  Provides complete up-to-date and reliable information about vaccines to parents and healthcare professionals.

National Network for Immunization Information:
Provides up-to-date, science-based information on vaccines to healthcare professionals, the media, and the public.

Institute for Vaccine Safety:  A website run by Johns Hopkins University that provides an independent assessment of vaccines and vaccine safety.

FAQ on Vitamin D use: A website run by the APP regarding Vitamin use for infants.

CHADD website:  CHADD is a non-profit organization working to improve the lives of people affected by ADHD. Website includes links to local support groups and conferences.

Center for Disease Control and Prevention: provides statistics about injuries in children and guidelines for injury prevention

Consumer Product Safety Commission: up-to-date information about product recalls.

Safety Issues From A-Z: Website with topics on various safety issues including after school safety, bicycle safety, car safety, gun safety, playground safety and more.

The Eating Disorders Coalition: To advance the federal recognition of eating disorders as a public health priority. Family Action Council--excellent network of families and legislators.

Cheaha Headstart

Low cost insurance programs


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