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KidsHealth
The Nemours Foundation
This is an interesting and fun site for kids, parents, and medical professionals. It's devoted to the health of children and teens and touches on emotional issues as well as the traditional illness/wellness topics. Certainly worth a look.

Project No Spank
Parents and Teachers Against Violence in Education
A resource for parents, students, educators, education policymakers, healthcare providers, children's advocates, and all others who are concerned with the safety and wellbeing of children. This site provides a large collection of articles, speeches, and letters concerning the effects of spanking children. Its main focus is corporal punishment in schools, but much of the information covers abuse in general.

WholeFamily Center
The WholeFamily Center
WholeFamily deals honestly and openly with all subjects pertaining to marriage, parenting, families, problems, and anything else people cope with in their daily lives. It is geared towards understanding and improving all kinds of family relationships. This site contains something for every member of the family. Each section has real life dramas - conflicts that you can either read or listen to on Real Audio while you look at the photographs.

Angries Out Web Site
Talk, Trust and Feel Therapeutics
This site provides practical, relevant information for kids, grown-ups, parents, couples and teachers on learning positive ways to cope with angry feelings. It offers solutions to discipline problems, violence prevention activities, and the open expression of feelings. Their ideas are based on the up-to-date research about what helps young people build a positive self-image and necessary coping skills. Excellent information for families and those who work with children.

National Center for Education in Maternal and Child Health
National Center for Education in Maternal and Child Health
The National Center for Education in Maternal and Child Health site fully outlines the aspects of care that they focus on; nutrition, mental health and oral health. It is vary comprehnsive, yet easy to read. I enjoyed the time reviewing it.