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  • A Adults (18 and older)
  • T Teens (13-17)
  • K Kids (12 and under)

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Learn about feelings and how your body works through fun games and interactive Flash movies.

Play games and learn about dental health, eating healthy, the five senses, and how tobacco hurts the body.

Tells what happens in a kidney transplant, talks about the wait to have one, and what happens afterwards.

Learn about what happens while we sleep, play fun games, and keep a sleep record. Explains about dreams, and why sleep is important.

Dedicated to the prevention of teen dating violence through education. Tells about the warning signs of an abusive relationship and gives the number for the National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline.

Tells how to recognize the signs of an abusive relationship and what a healthy relationship is. Also explains what to do to prevent dating abuse and provides a forum.

Helpful information, stories, and advice from experts to support the young female sexual abuse survivor.

Provides simple illustration and description of the inflammation of the appendix.

Be a secret agent and uncover the mysteries of asthma. Includes games, stories and a thirty-second quiz.

Newsletter article about the course of a school day including descriptions of experiences by kids, teenagers and their parents.

Stress relief for cancer patients, in which they can visualize and destroy cancer on a computer screen.

Describes the process, chromosomes and genes, what causes cancer, and treatments. Includes quiz.

Provides an array of information and resources to assist in accessing expert care to ensure quality of life for children with brain or spinal cord tumors.

Provides friendship, understanding, education, and support for the children who have a parent with cancer, or have lost a parent to cancer.

Read the story of Caitlin, a five-year-old girl who was diagnosed with leukemia.

Facts about this condition, including the three basic types, causes, other conditions and what the future is like for sufferers.

Learn about and how to participate in Loud Shirt day, an event designed to "give deaf children a voice."

Information on prevention and causes of ringing noises in ears. Presented by a teen as a resource for those who attend clubs or enjoy loud music.

For teens to learn about Type 1, managing at school and talking to friends. Sections on risky behavior, dealing with parents and what to do on the job.

Facts about the disease are presented as a series of multiple choice questions which can be answered against the clock. A separate database contains the correct answers.

(In Hebrew, French, Spanish, Swedish, Italian and Afrikaans.)

Learn about the insulin pump, and some kids and teens who use it.

Learn about Type 1, how to manage at school and what to tell friends. Color pictures, learn about foods and solve puzzles.

Born with Down syndrome, Sujeet is a musician, black belt in Tae Kwan Do, and a World Game special Olympian. Listen to his music and read his inspiring story.

Provides information, advice, and forums for different age groups. Includes suggestions for handling schoolwork, meeting new people and applying for jobs.

Information for teens concerned about possible eating disorders in their friends.

Information includes what it is, how it occurs, the symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and how to stay healthy in the future.

Explains how this eye disease affects people of all ages, and shows what things look like to someone who has it.

Think you can tell who is HIV positive? Play the game and read personal stories.

An international campaign providing information on HIV/AIDS prevention and protection, and promoting safer lifestyle choices. Features clips from videos and concerts, news, blog, and events. Available in many languages.