Sites for Parents

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    Action for Healthy Kids www.actionforhealthykids.org General information about national and state health education initiatives.
    Coordinated School Health Program www.cdc.gov/HealthyYouth/CSHP This site provides a model of the eight interactive components.
    CATCH Texas www.sph.uth.tmc.edu/catch/ This TEA approved program can be viewed in detail.
    CATCH El Paso www.esc19.net/catch.php This is part of a Paso del Norte Foundation Grant.
    Stress Free www.stressfree.com Provides information on stress and solutions to stress.
    Talking with Kids www.talkingwithkids.org Offers information on sexuality, violence, drugs, and alcohol and how to talk to kids about these topics.
    Web MD www.webmd.com Provides numerous links to various health topics.
    Body and Mind www.bam.gov CDC's online health magazine for youth.
    Kids Health www.kidshealth.org Offers organized, accurate information about growth, food, fitness, childhood infections and treatments.
    Health Touch www.healthtouch.com Comprehensive information on a variety of health related issues and topics.
    Department of Health and Human Services www.hhs.gov Offers information for parents, children, and teachers on a variety of health related issues and topics.
    Health finder www.healthfinder.gov Part of Department of Health and Human Services website.
    InteliHealth www.intelihealth.com Home to Harvard Medical School health information. Provides daily updates on a variety of health issues.
    Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies www.jointcenter.org Fact sheets related to health issues of African American youth.
    Mayo Health Oasis www.mayoclinic.com Up-to-date searches are available for a variety of health related topics.
    Children's Environmental Health Network www.cehn.org Information about children's health issues.
    Center for Border Health Research www.cbhr.org Provides local data on health research.
    Paso del Norte Health Foundation www.pdnhf.org Provides health related education and prevention programs and services.
    Child Trends Data Bank www.childtrendsdatabank.org Research on key indicators of child and youth well-being.
    TEKS (Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills) www.tea.state.tx.us/teks/ Texas State curriculum.
    America on the Move www.americaonthemove.org Dedicated to helping individuals and communities improve health and quality of life.