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Intelihealth: Website of Aetna and the Harvard Medical School that provides information and columns written by experts on a wide variety of health topics for children of all ages

National Institute on Drug Abuse: Important information for parents and teens on drugs and alcohol and tips for keeping teens safe and healthy


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PBS Parents: Information, advice, and activities for parents with young children

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US Department of Education: Information for parents of children in public schools, helping your child with homework, and helping your child pay for college.

Child Care Aware: Helps parents find quality child care and child care resources in their community. Keeps an up-to-date list of local child care resource and referral agencies nationwide, and offers a search tool to connect parents with their local agencies

Massachusetts General Hospital School Psychiatry Program: Information about recognizing and treating a range of mental health disorders in young people and making appropriate accommodations at school and at home


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Federal Communications Commission Parent's Place: Information to help parents understand and monitor children's use of various technologies and media

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