There are all kinds of things to do here for kids, babies, preschoolers on up. We have information about games, coloring pages, stories, and lots of information about living things. Have fun and don't forget to try.

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An interactive web site for young people.
http://www.abouthealth.com/
Get tips on how to stay healthy from this cool blue sheep.
http://www.blueannewe.com/
Resource for support services for children with life-threatening and terminal illnesses.
http://www.bravekids.org/
A free project for children with a chronic illness.
http://www.spinozabear.com/
CHIP promotes the health of medically underserved children within the greater Roanoke Valley by ensuring comprehensive health care, strengthening families, and coordinating community resources.
http://www.chipofroanokevalley.org/
Gateway for education, referrals and community resources for families coping with children that have catastrophic and terminal illnesses.
http://www.chionline.org/
Information and ideas to help kids reduce stress and teaches the healthy benefits.
http://www.childstress.com/
United Kingdom charity providing aromatherapy, nutritional therapy and guided imagery for sick children. Describes its aims and lists its sponsors.
http://www.cloverhouse.org/
A S.F. Bay Area-based children's home hospice and palliative care program that provides support to critically-ill children as an alternative to hospital-based care.
http://www.hospicecc.org/
Lists services which include home health care, hospice and bereavement support for children with life-threatening illnesses and their families.
http://www.edmarc.org/
Mission is to enhance the physical, mental and spiritual well-being of children, teens and families through family centered clinical programs.
http://www.fcni.org/
Find out about keeping healthy and staying safe by checking out the different zones of the space station.
http://www.galaxy-h.gov.uk/
First children's hospice house in the U.S. Emotional and practical support to families with children that have life-threatening and terminal illnesses.
http://www.georgemark.org/
Free program that provides resources and support for mothers-to-be and children under 2 in northern Michigan.
http://www.healthyfuturesonline.org/
Information and message board designed for children to interact and talk about laughter (humor) in relation to coping with a terminal illness.
http://www.rxlaughter.org/