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 American Sexual Health Association site covers many different issues related to sex and reproductive health. Topics include sex and relationships, sexual functioning, sexually transmitted diseases, contraceptives, how to talk to you children, and more. The site is recommended for its frank and open discussions about sexuality and related issues, some geared toward specific audiences.
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.
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.
This site is not recommended as a source of information for expectant mothers. The information is often not reliable from the perspective of science-based medicine; other times, the evidence comes from good sources but is used improperly. Many of the articles come to vague, incomplete conclusions, and much of the content must be purchased.
Girlshealth.gov is recommended as an excellent resource for young women regarding physical, sexual, and social health. The wide range of topics explored here makes it a go-to website for young women seeking quality, user-friendly materials that are appropriately written without judgment.
HealthyWomen provides a wide range of women's health materials reviewed by medical professionals. It is recommended for women looking for a balance of clinical information and informal articles that touch on a variety of issues relevant to women's health.
Iwannaknow.org is a recommended web resource for sexual health information, particularly for teens and young adults. The resources here are easy to read and address relevant issues that benefit adolescents with credible medical content.
Mayo Clinic's Women's Health section offers an introduction to and general overview of many of the most common women's health topics. This site is a subsection within the Mayo Clinic's main website and is recommended based on its affiliation with the Mayo Clinic's expertise and trusted reputation. However, this section's expert answers lack depth and detail that can be found on countless other women's health websites.