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.
Girlshealth.gov is a comprehensive and credible source for young women to learn about physical, sexual, and social health. A wide range of highly relevant, high quality, user-friendly, and useful topics are explored here. This site is recommended as an excellent, go-to resource for young women that has frank and unbiased information for their users.
eMedicineHealth is recommended as a great web resource for general consumers interested in learning more about common health conditions and emergency medicine. All material is written and reviewed by physicians, which lends the site credibility and authority. Concerns with this site are the inconsistent depth of its medical articles, advertisements intruding into the browsing experience, and visual clutter that can lengthen search time.
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.
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.
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.
Teen Mental Health provides user-friendly and age-appropriate mental health resources for young adults. It is a valuable collection of mental health information including articles, videos, downloadable brochures, and links to outside resources.
Diabetes Self-Management publishes detailed, easy-to-read articles about various forms of diabetes organized into 4 sections, general information about diabetes, managing diabetes, nutrition & exercise, and diabetes recipes. The articles and videos featured on the website cover many medical and lifestyle aspects of diabetes, with useful tips on diet, glucose control, and complication prevention. The site is recommended for authoritative, reliable health information for people with diabetes who want to know more about managing their diabetes.
The American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP) website consists predominately of brief overviews of common mental health conditions and issues affecting children and teens. ADHD, Autism, Depression, and Bipolar Disorder are covered in detail, as are the symptoms of other common conditions. The site is recommended as basic introduction to some conditions and issues in child and adolescent psychology, much of it superficial and outdated.