Internet Directory - Top : Health : Child Health : Infant and Toddlers

Top : Health : Child Health : Infant and Toddlers (59 web sites)
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Extensive health information about babies and children from a pediatrician. Includes childhood illnesses, safety and child development.

Baby Center
Information about common childhood illnesses and injuries, emergencies, vaccines, first aid and prevention. Includes a health bulletin board, ask the experts and resources.

Cow and Gate
Advice, support and nutritional information from pregnancy through early parenthood. Includes articles, one-to-one advice and forums.

Cranial Technologies.
Provides information on the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of infant positional plagiocephaly (abnormal head shape, flat head syndrome, deformational plagiocephaly) with the DOC Band, a cranial remodeling orthosis.

Craniosynostosis and Positional Plagiocephaly Support (CAPPS)
A national non profit organization that assists families that have, or suspect their child has, Craniosynostosis or Positional Plagiocephaly. Includes information about the conditions, organization details, events, doctor listings and contact details.

Dealing with a Crying Infant
Information and advice regarding what to do with a crying baby, including why newborns cry, what's normal, and tips on how to quiet a them.

Infant Hearing Screening
Stresses the importance of screening newborns for hearing loss. Legislation and resources.

Lamb's Way
Filled with links relating to medically fragile infants and children with special needs.

Nappy Information Service
The latest news and information on disposable nappies (diapers) including lifestyle, health and environmental issues.

National Center for Hearing Assessment and Management
Dedicated to early hearing detection and intervention and universal newborn hearing screening. Resources include information for hospitals, states, audiologists, and families.