This is the US Department of Agriculture nutritional information resource site. It is the official government food pyramid website, and you will find a lot of great information here. This site gives calorie counts and has a food replacement guide, as well as weight-loss tips and links to other healthy lifestyle sites.
This link takes you to the National Institute on Drug Abuse website, which offers educational resources and materials on drugs and drug use. If you have questions about drug use or need support, please access this site.
This is a nutritional resource site with many helpful tools for parents and caregivers, as well as fun activities for kids. This site will help you plan healthy meals and gives good advice on grocery shopping and reading nutrition labels on food packages. Looking for fun, family-friendly recipes? Check out this website.
The American Lung Association’s helpline is staffed by Registered Nurses and Certified Respiratory Therapists to answer any questions you may have about respiratory illness and disease.
The American Cancer Society website provides a large catalog of cancer resources and information for anyone who is or has been affected by cancer. This site has resources for families and survivors, treatment research articles and community message boards available.
Dental care during pregnancy is safe and should not be avoided. This website will offer helpful information on dental care during pregnancy.
The Centers for Disease Control website is a huge resource center dedicated to all kinds of health information. You can find up to date, accurate information on H1N1 and seasonal flu here, as well as on immunizations and common childhood illnesses.
This link brings you to the National Institute on Child Health and Human Development website’s SIDS awareness campaign. The campaign provides valuable information about Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.
This is the main American Lung Association website, and it provides general information and resources for respiratory health. This is a good site to check out if you are interested in quitting smoking.
The American Diabetes Association web page serves as a portal to resources and information you need about living with and managing diabetes. You can find recipes, support programs, fitness advice and much more.
This link will take you to the Environmental Protection Agency’s lead awareness program. If you have questions about lead exposure or want to learn more, please visit this website.
The Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric & Neonatal Nurses website promotes and supports the health of women and newborns.
This website provides information on nursing home abuse, the signs to look for, how to get help, and how you can get involved.