Education: Health Care Perspectives for Teachers
University of San Diego Department
of Continuing Education
Mainly for students ages 15 and up or for teachers. This site includes
information on emotional health and well being, drugs, alcohol, safety,
and physical activity.
Includes a fitness library, calorie counter (really cool) and advice on
how to manage weight. It also has a nice review of books on nutrition
and health. All ages.
Has fun recipes, games, power snacks, and a Time Challenge game with a
scavenger hunt and fitness challenge. Ages 8-13.
G ood for older kids, especially junior high or high school. I'd advise
using this for a research report. It has lots of information on disorders
and diseases. eatright.org - This is the American Dietetic Association
web site. It features a daily health tip and will also help you locate
a dietician. Also includes information on a healthy lifestyle. Good for
This website is designed to help people quit smoking. It details facts
about health risks and gives free materials to those who wish to quit
smoking. Ages 15 - adult.
Details 5 Ways to a Health Life as well as ways to eat together and be
active together in the "Fun and Friends" section. Ages 8-12.
10 tips to healthy eating and physical activity. Really good tips, including
#1 - Eat Breakfast! All ages! burgertown.kidscom.com - This website specializes
in healthy recipes using beef. It has a "Health Club" section
with a nutrition station, fitness room, and food guide. Good for ages
Need to know about growth and genetics? Great information about DNA and
genes as well as braces, broken bones, and growing pains. Ages 9-18.