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Resources for Parents, Providers and Caregivers

Here are some of our favorite books, magazines and web sites.

Children’s Books

Health and Wellness

These sites cover information ranging from healthy living and nutrition to diseases, conditions and childhood challenges such as ADHD, asthma, autism, diabetes and learning disabilities.

KidsHealth is an excellent site for parents. It also includes interactive information designed for younger children and teens.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Cleveland Clinic and MayoClinic.com have comprehensive sites offering a wealth of helpful information for anyone raising children.

MyPlate.gov is a great place to start for nutrition information, and many of the other sites listed here also contain information related to this USDA-sponsored program.


Brought to us by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Produce for Better Health Foundation (PBH), Fruits & Veggies — More Matters is geared toward helping us eat more produce.

Although they don’t seem to be publishing new ones, several issues of the Yale-New Haven Hospital Nutrition Advisor are available online.

What about You?

If there are any sites you’d highly recommend, please let us know, and we’ll consider including them below. Here are some recommended by our readers:

American Childhood Cancer Organization
Guide to Understanding Cancer by the Mesothelioma Group