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Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)


  • La Leche League – This organization is “dedicated to providing education, information, support, and encouragement to women who want to breastfeed.”
  • – The #1 site for breastfeeding information, support and attitude!


  • American Diabetes Association – This site contains a wealth of information on the association and on diabetes, itself.
  • Kids Learn About Diabetes – A site for kids with diabetes written by kids with diabetes. It has a tutorial on the disease, written in easy-to-understand language.
  • Children With Diabetes – This is also geared toward kids and their families, but is more extensive. If you want more information than you find at “Kids Learn…” try here.

Development and Growth

  • Zero to Three – This site focuses on the development of your child during the important first three years of life. Its mission is to strengthen and support families,practitioners, and communities to promote the healthy development of babies and toddlers.
  • Bright Futures – This site provides educational materials, tools related to health supervision, and developmental and general health guidelines for children and adolescents.


  • Center for Parent Information & Resources – If you have a child with disabilities, this site can be invaluable. If contains publications, FAQs, and a list of resources available to children with disabilities in each state.


  • American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry – This site answers questions you may have about the care of your child’s teeth and has a search function that helps you find a pediatric dentist in your area.

Drugs and Alcohol

Eating Disorders

General Health Information

  • Screen-Free Week – This organization’s goal is to get people to do more constructive things with their time than use entertainment screens.
  • KidsMeds – This site provides parents with detailed information about their child’s medications
  • KidsHealth – Comprehensive advice for parents, school-age children, and teens.
  • – Great site for general child health by the American Academy of Pediatrics.



  • US Consumer Product Safety Commission
  • Recalls – Monthly lists of products that have been recalled and links to sites that follow recalls of automobiles, car seats, and other products.
  • Safe Kids Worldwide – This is a non-profit organization dedicated to the prevention of unintentional childhood injury.
  • Child Passenger Safety – Information on car seats, air bags, etc. from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. It includes information on car seat information, including where to go to have your car seat inspected, and to learn how to install it properly.
  • Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence – This site contains information on gun control laws, statistics, and how to ensure your family is safe from the dangers of firearms in the home.
  • American Association of Poison Control Centers – You can find the poison control center for your area on this site, as well as lots of useful information on poisonings.


  • First Candle/SIDS Alliance – This site has information about SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome), including possible causes, ways to prevent SIDS, and resources for families of children who have died of SIDS.


  • CDC’s Travel Page – A list of vaccinations/precautions to take for traveling to any country or region, provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.