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  • National Institute of Child Health and Human DevelopmentFrom the National Institutes of Health
  • University of Washington “Assuring pediatric nutrition care in the community” http://depts.washington.edu/nutrpeds/
  • The national Pediatric Nutritionists Practice Group (PNPG) website is located at www.pediatricnutrition.org
  • Center for Disease Control – WWWONDER/CDC WONDER provides CDC reports, guidelines, and public health data:
    http://wonder.cdc.gov
  • Oregon Dairy Council – information on calcium, Dairy Council materials, and extensive links to other nutrition web sites.
    http://www.oregondairycouncil.org
  • http://www.medmatrix.org/_Spages/Pediatrics.asp
  • Pediatrics (AAP) (free abstracts; full text w/subscription) www.pediatrics.org
  • Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine (abstracts,free):
    archpediatrics.com/
  • Food and Nutrition Information Center:
    http://www.nal.usda.gov/fnic
  • USDA Nutrition site: www.nutrition.gov
  • Bright Futures in Nutrition Practice: http://www.brightfutures.org/
  • American Dietetic Association www.eatright.org
  • MCHB-developed Growth Chart Training Modules
  • A link to the CDC-developed modules. http://depts.washington.edu/growth/
  • The American Dietetic Association is highlighted in the new edition of the knowledge path, Overweight and Obesity in Children and Adolescents. Produced by the Maternal and Child Health Library, the knowledge path is an electronic guide to recent resources about the prevention, identification, management, and treatment of overweight and obesity in children and adolescents in homes, schools, and communities. Separate sections identify resources for families, schools and after-school programs, and child care settings. Another section presents resources about the impact of media use. View the knowledge path online at http://www.mchlibrary.info/KnowledgePaths/kp_overweight.html.
  • We invite you to make a link from your Web site to this knowledge path, and we hope it will be a useful resource for the audiences you serve. Knowledge paths on other maternal and child health (MCH) topics are available at http://mchlibrary.info/KnowledgePaths/index.html.
  • The Maternal and Child Health Library is a virtual guide to MCH information. It offers a wide variety of electronic resources, including the MCH Alert, knowledge paths, databases, and other materials developed for professionals and families. The library is located at the National Center for Education in Maternal and Child Health at Georgetown University. View the library online at http://mchlibrary.info.
  • To receive notification of the updates of this and other knowledge paths in the future, you can subscribe to the MCH Alert, a weekly electronic newsletter that provides timely reference to research, policy developments, recently released publications, new programs, and initiatives affecting the MCH community. View the MCH Alert online at http://mchlibrary.info/alert/default.html
  • Nutrition: Children and Adolescents.
    http://www.mchlibrary.info/KnowledgePaths/kp_childnutr.html

    Produced by the Maternal and Child Health Library, is an electronic guide to recent resources that analyze data, describe public-awareness campaigns and other health-promotion programs, and report on research aimed at identifying promising strategies for improving nutrition and eating behaviors within families, schools, and communities. Separate sections identify resources for professionals, resources for families, and resources on specific aspects of child and adolescent nutrition. Topics include child care and early childhood education, food marketing to children, food safety, food-security and nutrition-assistance programs, and school-based nutrition education and food services.
  • The Maternal and Child Health Library
    http://www.mchlibrary.info/

    is a virtual guide to MCH information. It offers a wide variety of electronic resources, including the MCH Alert, knowledge paths, databases, and other materials developed for professionals and families. The Maternal and Child Health Library is located at the National Center for Education in Maternal and Child Health (NCEMCH) at Georgetown University.
  • Food and Nutrition Information Center
    www.nal.usda.gov/fnic/

    This USDA-sponsored site is maintained by the National Agriculture Library and includes links to food and nutrition information, a lending library of resources, and consumer information. It has several searchable databases and materials related to the Food Guide Pyramid and Dietary Guidelines.
  • Medline Plus: Nutrition
    www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/nutrition.html

    Medline Plus is maintained by the US National Library of Medicine and includes information and links to information about health-related topics. The Nutrition page includes up-to-date information specific to children.
  • Tufts University Child and Family WebGuide
    www.cfw.tufts.edu
    This web site evaluates and describes web sites with evidence-based information about child health, including nutrition. The information is reviewed by an Advisory Council and Board of Science Advisors.
  • Healthy B.A.S.I.C.S.
    (Building Active Strategies to Inform Children in School)

    http://www.childrenshealthfund.org
    BASICS is a health education program for elementary and middle school children. It provides simple, accurate, and culturally-relevant health education brochures, lesson plans, and parents’ guides, including materials about nutrition. The materials are available online in a ready-to-use format on the Healthy B.A.S.I.C.S. Resource Page.
  • www.yummyspoonfuls.com

    100% USDA Certified Fresh Organic Baby Food  www.ccdhc.org

  • Children’s Center for Digestive Healthcare www.eatright.org 
  • American Dietetic Association
    www.eatright.org
  • MCHB-developed Growth Chart Training Modules
    A link to the CDC-developed modules
    http://depts.washington.edu/growth/
  • The American Dietetic Association is highlighted in the new edition of the knowledge path, Overweight and Obesity in Children and Adolescents. Produced by the Maternal and Child Health Library, the knowledge path is an electronic guide to recent resources about the prevention, identification, management, and treatment of overweight and obesity in children and adolescents in homes, schools, and communities. Separate sections identify resources for families, schools and after-school programs, and child care settings. Another section presents resources about the impact of media use. View the knowledge path online at http://www.mchlibrary.info/KnowledgePaths/kp_overweight.html.

    We invite you to make a link from your Web site to this knowledge path, and we hope it will be a useful resource for the audiences you serve. Knowledge paths on other maternal and child health (MCH) topics are available at http://mchlibrary.info/KnowledgePaths/index.html.

    The Maternal and Child Health Library is a virtual guide to MCH information. It offers a wide variety of electronic resources, including the MCH Alert, knowledge paths, databases, and other materials developed for professionals and families. The library is located at the National Center for Education in Maternal and Child Health at Georgetown University. View the library online at http://mchlibrary.info.

    To receive notification of the updates of this and other knowledge paths in the future, you can subscribe to the MCH Alert, a weekly electronic newsletter that provides timely reference to research, policy developments, recently released publications, new programs, and initiatives affecting the MCH community. View the MCH Alert online at http://mchlibrary.info/alert/default.html

    Nutrition: Children and Adolescents.
    http://www.mchlibrary.info/KnowledgePaths/kp_childnutr.html

    Produced by the Maternal and Child Health Library, is an electronic guide to recent resources that analyze data, describe public-awareness campaigns and other health-promotion programs, and report on research aimed at identifying promising strategies for improving nutrition and eating behaviors within families, schools, and communities. Separate sections identify resources for professionals, resources for families, and resources on specific aspects of child and adolescent nutrition. Topics include child care and early childhood education, food marketing to children, food safety, food-security and nutrition-assistance programs, and school-based nutrition education and food services.

    The Maternal and Child Health Library
    http://www.mchlibrary.info/

    is a virtual guide to MCH information. It offers a wide variety of electronic resources, including the MCH Alert, knowledge paths, databases, and other materials developed for professionals and families. The Maternal and Child Health Library is located at the National Center for Education in Maternal and Child Health (NCEMCH) at Georgetown University.

    Food and Nutrition Information Center
    www.nal.usda.gov/fnic/

    This USDA-sponsored site is maintained by the National Agriculture Library and includes links to food and nutrition information, a lending library of resources, and consumer information. It has several searchable databases and materials related to the Food Guide Pyramid and Dietary Guidelines.

    Medline Plus: Nutrition
    www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/nutrition.html

    Medline Plus is maintained by the US National Library of Medicine and includes information and links to information about health-related topics. The Nutrition page includes up-to-date information specific to children.

    Tufts University Child and Family WebGuide
    www.cfw.tufts.edu
    This web site evaluates and describes web sites with evidence-based information about child health, including nutrition. The information is reviewed by an Advisory Council and Board of Science Advisors.

    Healthy B.A.S.I.C.S.
    (Building Active Strategies to Inform Children in School)

    http://www.childrenshealthfund.org
    BASICS is a health education program for elementary and middle school children. It provides simple, accurate, and culturally-relevant health education brochures, lesson plans, and parents’ guides, including materials about nutrition. The materials are available online in a ready-to-use format on the Healthy B.A.S.I.C.S. Resource Page.

     

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  • American Dietetic Association  www.nutritioncare.org
  • American Society of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition  http://digestive.niddk.nih.gov/ddiseases/pubs/celiac

  • NIH sponsored link with the latest recommendations and research for Celiac Disease http://www.geocities.com/HotSprings/Oasis/3820/index.html

  • Atlanta Metro Celiacs – a volunteer support group  http://www.foodallergy.org

  • The Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network (FAAN)  http://www.gfmeals.com/?Click=1493

  • Gluten-free and casein-free pre-assembled meals  http://www.kidshealth.org

 

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