Websites for Kids and Teens
Below are CDC and other federal government health websites especially for kids and teens.
BAM! Body and Mind Learn what you need to know to make healthy lifestyle choices.
Diabetes and Healthy Living: The Eagle's Nest Learn from the wise eagle in this book series how to use balance, courage, healing, strength, and wisdom to prevent diabetes and grow safe and strong.
Environmental Health for Kids Learn how CDC works to help you stay healthy wherever you live, work, and play.
Kids’ Quest on Disability and Health Learn the answers to some of your questions about kids with disabilities.
Rabies Learn how to protect yourself and your pets from a serious disease called rabies.
What You Should Know about Safety and Health on the Job Are you a working teen? Learn about your rights on the job and how to protect yourself from injury.
Other Federal Government Websites
Best Bones Forever Learn how you can build strong bones with these quizzes, games, recipes, fun activities, and more.
FDA Kids’ Page Learn about food safety, medicines, and other health issues.
Healthfinder: Kids' Sites Learn how to be healthy and have fun!
HHS for Kids View links to health information for kids and teens.
“Kidd” Safety Learn how to stay safe by playing these fun games!
Kids.gov View links to health, fitness, safety, and other topics by grade level.
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences Kids’ Page Learn more about health problems caused by the environment.
Ready Kids Learn how to be prepared for unexpected situations.
The President’s Challenge Jump rope, play catch, race a friend, and more! Win awards for staying active, and track your progress along with kids across America.
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