MedlinePlus - Children's Health is starting point for learning about pediatric health & wellness, especially well-child care. There is information about common pediatric symptoms and problems. The topics covered have appropriate depth for the general reader, the site is otherwise inadequate to cover such a large subject as pediatrics. Use of a comprehensive pediatric or general health site would be preferred
HealthyChildren.org is a recommended resources that provides pediatrician-approved child health resources including information on the various childhood life stages, articles on healthy living, safety and prevention tips, and overviews of common health conditions.
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.
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.
WebMD - Health and Parenting contains many of the parent-relevant topics found in the newborn & baby child, & teen sections. Topics unique to parenting include, returning to work after a baby, getting children back to school, family fun, nannies, separation anxiety, talking to children about sexuality & substance abuse, limiting screen time, and traveling with children. This section is recommended for its unique topics not covered in other sections.
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.
Massachusetts Eye and Ear's patient education page contains information about common eye, ear, nose, and throat (ENT) problems. The site povides general overview information on common issues like diabetic retinopathy, sinusitis, sudden deafness, and more. Users can visit this page to get basic information on common conditions but will need to supplement that knowledge with more detailed information elsewhere.
Safe Kids Worldwide is recommended for people who want to learn more about enhancing safety in and outside of the home, especially for children and those who have mobility issues. The site provides safety tips to educate caretakers and children, with hundreds of free multimedia resources which are easy to access, read, understand, and share.
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.
UpToDate is recommended as a physician-level health information and research. This section allows patients and caregivers to search, but not browse, the consumer health content for information available for free. Although topics here are covered in good depth, most of the more detailed information is only available to subscribers.