This is a group of breast cancer advocates, experts and educators joining forces to support the study of cancer in the classroom with a deeply engaging program created for high school students, parents, and teachers.
Teachers may enjoy this free dermatology course, available from Novosibirsk State University through the Coursera platform. Taught by dermatologist Irina Sergeeva, this free five-week course will introduce users to skin health.
Skin health is important to overall well-being and self-confidence. On the page linked above, health educators will find more than 30 lesson plans designed to teach students ages 8-13 about healthy skin, hair, and nails.
This informative and often amusing blog is the brainchild of Michelle Wong, a chemist and science educator from Sydney, Australia. Using a mix of text, photos, videos, and even the occasional slideshow, Wong explains the science behind cosmetics and sorts fact from fiction. With a variety of topics covered, from sunscreen and vitamin C, to misinformation and marketing, educators will be sure to find great content to enjoy.
This is a large personalized health network. 650,000+ people living with 2,900 conditions have generated more than 43 million data points, creating a source of real-world evidence and opportunities for continuous learning.
Quackwatch is an international network of people who are concerned about health-related frauds, myths, fads, fallacies, and misconduct. Its primary focus is in debunking bad health information (quacks).
The Society for Women’s Health Research (SWHR®) is a nonprofit thought leader dedicated to promoting research on biological differences in disease and improving women’s health through science, policy, and education.
SAMHSA is the agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that leads public health efforts to advance the behavioral health of the nation. SAMHSA's mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America's communities.
What is fatphobia and what can be done to overcome it? With poetic illustrations and painful, compelling testimony, Tales of Ordinary Fatphobia offers multiple examples of the psychological effects of weight-based discrimination and bullying on adolescent girls.