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Children's Health

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Free From Care [Reciprocal Link]
Free From Care agency provides nannies and caregivers for childcare, disabled care and elderly care covering all locations in Canada.
http://www.freefromcare.com/
Advice for parents on practical, everyday living for the family of a severely food allergic child.
http://www.allergicchild.com/
Answers kids' questions on health issues, and recommends ways to make their bodies and minds healthier, stronger, and safer. From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
http://www.bam.gov/
Connects pediatricians and child care providers with parents to discuss child health, infant health, and day care issues.
http://www.beansprout.net/
Kids helping kids, through love, support, and understanding.
http://www.bearabletimes.org/
Educational tool providing interactive scientific information relevant to parents. Topics include vaccines, genetic engineering, childhood diseases, and more.
http://www.biologymom.com/
Discusses a range of weight issues for children, teens, parents, and healthcare providers.
http://www.blubberbuster.com/
Offers resources for children with chronic, life threatening illnesses or special needs, their families, and health care providers.
http://www.bravekids.org/
Guidelines for health supervision of infants, children, and adolescents. Focuses on health promotion, disease prevention, development, and growth of children and teens.
http://www.brightfutures.org/
Guidelines for health supervision of infants, children, and adolescents. Focuses on health promotion, disease prevention, development, and growth of children and teens.
http://www.brightfutures.org/
A nonprofit, abstinence-based teen pregnancy prevention program.
http://www.cfoc.org/
Discusses common problems such as asthma, constipation, jaundice, and developmental milestones.
http://www.charakclinics.com/
Conducts applied research on the major causes of childhood mortality: diarrhea and respiratory diseases as well as malaria, measles and malnutrition.
http://www.childhealthresearch.org/
Includes health information for parents and young people aged 12-25 years.
http://www.cyh.com/
Helps kids with diabetes and their families learn about diabetes, meet people with diabetes, and help others with diabetes.
http://www.childrenwithdiabetes.com/