AboutKidsHealth is a comprehensive online resource for children's health information. Users will find medically reviewed articles on common diseases and conditions, pregnancy, child development, nutrition, parenting techniques and more. Our reviewers highly recommend this website for those who give care to children as well as children and teens themselves.
The American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) is a recommended resource for family practice physicians, though general readers likely won't find much use from it. The site emphasizes continuing medical education courses, family medicine journals, patient care materials for providers, and information about medical school.
The American Childhood Cancer Organization offers resources and support for children and adolescents with cancer, as well as their families. The site provides brief descriptions of cancer symptoms and information on eleven types of childhood cancer, with links to credible sources like the National Cancer Institute. This excellent resource serves as an information hub for all types of information spanning childhood cancer awareness, advocacy, and research updates.
The American College of Pediatricians is not recommended as a source of pediatric information. The collection of materials is scattered, shallow, and missing author names and dates of publication. We recomemnded visiting other pediatric websites to find answers regarding your child's health.
The American Pregnancy Association offers a wide range of information related to pregnancy. The site covers topics from trying to conceive, to pregnancy issues, up to birth and beyond. This website is recommended for women and families who seek relatable information about conception, pregnancy, and birth.
The National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities is a branch of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that provides a narrow range of topics related to birth defects. Despite the limited number of topics, links here do provide a good range of information. The site is recommended as a possible starting point for information about developmental disabilities, birth defects, and genetic blood disorders.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) uses this page to collect topics related to a wide range of parenting and childcare issues. These resources are user-friendly and organized by child age range, making it easier to find the materials of interest. The website is recommended for its collection of important information for parents and expectant mothers.
C.H.A.D.D. provides a comprehensive overview of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder for parents and caregivers, adults, and professionals. This recommended website features helpful tips and resources, including a monthly webinar during which medical experts answer questions submitted by users.
Cleveland Clinic is a hospital website that has information about common diseases and medical conditions, tests, treatments, and procedures. The site is recommended for timely and accurate health information, although it may be most useful for patients seeking care from Cleveland Clinic and its affiliates.
CVS Health Information Center has an extensive range of information about general health and wellness, drugs, tests, procedures, and surgeries. There are also more than 150 in-depth articles about common medical problems. The site is recommended to anyone who wants understandable, accurate, and updated information about virtually any health topic.