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~ Websites / Activities for All Ages ~

'SNEEZING' An informative video on 'sneezing'--good for Kids and all Adults alike.

Hey KIDS!!! Check out these Cool Websites!
The following websites are full of fun games, activity sheets, and short video's all about how to keep YOU healthy and happy.
Check them out and Have Fun !!

 A collection of games and activities all about milk and how it works to help our body stay strong.

Visit 'BAM' - an interactive site from the Center for Disease Control and Administration

A kid's page from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services about eating healthy and staying active. Cool stuff about Food.

Visit '
EmpowerMe2b' as this site inspires us to eat healthier and move more, to motivate each other, and to be a solution to America's obesity epidemic. is a cool site for kids like you - kids who like to play hard and have fun. lets you tap into you own energy so that you can feel great all day long.

Visit    The Eat Smart. Play Hard,TM Campaign was launched by USDA's Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) to encourage and teach children, parents, and caregivers to eat healthy and be physically active every day.

TEENS - Websites geared just for you !!

 This site has MANY games - an interactive site from Scrubs & Beyond
'Thank You' to Ms McKnight's Deleware Tutoring class for this website suggestion.

 You will be getting your licence soon, or may already have.  Check out this site from the CDC to get valuable information to help keep you safe on the road... Motor Vehicle Safety

Visit Help for Teens provided by General and specific health information and advice for teens provided by pediatricians.

Teen Talk - Information about teen health issues on various topics and an Ask the Expert feature.

Learn about where some of your favorite foods come from with this interactive game from the University of Illinois.

Real Life Real Talk: Encouraging open, honest and balanced talk about relationships.

Young Men's Health helps teen boys understand what normal health and development is.

Information about health, growth and emotions for TEENS ...  

ADULTS like to Learn and Play too!

This site has MANY games - an interactive site from Scrubs & Beyond - Fun for all ages.


General Information Sites

General Health topics by the CDC: A website containing information regarding a multitude of topics covered by the CDC from airbags to zoster.

Travel Health by the CDC: Taking a trip abroad? Check out this site for health information and risks by region plus vaccination guidelines.

Fruits and Vegetables: More Matters!!!

Medication Information Sites

Needymeds: A database of medicine assistance programs offered by pharmaceutical companies.


March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality.

Also vist MMC's very own site: 
Maine Medical Center Birth Center Information.

Pediatric Information Sites

Help for Parents  Offered through Barbara Bush Children's Hospital, this site offers general and specific children's health and parenting advice, developed by pediatricians.


General Health - Adult   WOMEN

National Institute of Health: The NIH's web page on adult health and other issues.

HealthyWomen is a site to find Information on women's health topics, news, discussion and health services.

WellZone: Help to find easy to understand health information, a way to direct you to get medical information in everyday. 

General Health - Adult   MEN

Attention all MEN of any age, check out AHRQ and the CDC site for more information regarding Mens health issues, questions and answers.

Men's Health Information from the website


Breast Cancer

 Breast Cancer Risk: A calculator of your risk for breast cancer based on personal information using research data from the National Cancer Institute or the University of Texas. Then visit the Breast Cancer Society ast his is one of the only national breast cancer charities in the U.S. with a primary focus on providing direct help and financial aid to those suffering with breast cancer.



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