|KidsDoc Symptom Checker
Users enter their child’s symptoms into the interactive tool and receive up-to-date advice about how to treat minor illnesses at home, or when to call the doctor immediately.
Each symptom care guide includes a decision chart to help determine the severity of the illness and how to manage it. The symptom checker also includes pediatric dosage tables by weight for common over-the-counter medications, images to help identify rashes, stings and bites, and first aid illustrations.
|NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children's Health Library
Learn more about a particular childhood illness,t a diagnostic test or therapeutic procedure that has been recommended for your childor get some advice on how to prepare your child for surgery so you can ease his/her apprehension. NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children's Health Library offers easy-to-understand information on a wide range of pediatric health and medical topics.
|The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia-Possessing, Accessing and Communicating Knowledge about vaccines
Develop a dialogue with you about vaccines
|The American Academy of Pediatrics: Immunizations
Visit this page to get answers to your questions about the safety of vaccines, the history of diseases, how to know when to trust the information you read on the Web, and more.
|NYC Department of Health: School Health
The Office of School Health (OSH) is a joint program of the Department of Education and the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Its mission is to promote the health of the 1.3 million schoolchildren enrolled in public and non-public schools in New York City.
|CDC Parent Portal
Here you will find a wealth of information from across all of the CDC, covering everything from safety at home and the community to immunization schedules and developmental milestones. Let the CDC Parent Portal help you keep your child healthy and safe!