This nonprofit organization focuses on blindness-related issues, especially on dealing effectively with the challenges of daily living.
The following is a list of all the articles we have collected
Early Intervention Programs
Children birth to three years with developmental challenges and their families are provided a continuum of diagnostic and therapeutic service models designed to enhance the child's social/emotional, motor, cognitive, language, and self help development.
Poison safety from the National Safe Kids Campaign.
Place Infants to Sleep in a Safe Crib
U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission
Place infants to sleep in a crib on a firm, flat mattress with no soft, fluffy products. Contact the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission 1-800-638-2772 with questions.
Comprehensive information on Down Syndrome including research, advocacy, information, and local support groups.
Excellent information about support for expectant and new parents of Down syndrome babies.
If you would like to speak to an information specialist at the National Down Syndrome Society (Monday-Friday from 9am to 5pm EST) call 1-800-221-4602.
Health topics, drug information, medical encyclopedia, dictionary, news, directories and other resources.
Over 165 slideshows with sound and pictures describing various diseases, conditions, tests and diagnostic procedures.
This is fascinating and a great way to learn about the human body!
You may search for children's hospitals by geographic region, programs, services, research, and more.
Oh, boy. Here it comes again. The usual time of the year when you say you are going to trim down on both the junk food and where it ends up on the waistline.
The idea is as important as ever. But with America rediscovering the importance of family life, why not get everyone at home involved in the New Year's resolutions together? As the new year begins, try a new tactic to improve eating habits and the amount of time you spend with the family.
Providing breastfeeding information and resources for mothers and families. Includes articles on:
* Why Breast is Best
* I Know the Benefits....But
* Where to Get Help
* Latest News and Research and
* Resources for Employers