A fun magazine that will teach you about being active. Take quizes and learn about your heart and lungs too!
Canaidan Food Guide
What, and how much, should you eat in each of the various food groups.
Covers cell structure, viruses, bacteria, parasites, and our immune system (including HIV and AIDS).
Kid's Health for Kids!
Learn all about your feelings, how to stay healthy, and everyday illnesses which affect kids!
The Heart: An Online Exploration
Take a trip through the human heart, blood vessels, and our weblike body systems!
The Asthma Wizard
Let the Asthma Wizard teach you about the causes of asthma, what you can do for asthma and more. Some activities included.
Sound and Hearing
Covers the basics of sound and how the human ear processes sound.
Covers the makeup of your skin (one of the most important parts of your body) and how sunburns and sunscreen work.
Lots of facts about teeth, and lots of links to information about other parts of the body too.
Includes graphics, brief explanations of how each sense works, and activities to help children learn more.
How Vision Works
Covers the parts of an eye, perceiving light and colour, colour blindness and other sight problems.
Good nutrition information and recipes for kids.
Your Yucky Gross and Cool Body
Yucky- and cool- facts about the human body. Yuck!
Atlas of the Body
Look here for diagrams and basic information about the nervous, circulatory, respiratory, digestive, skeletal and other systems of the human body!
Human Anatomy Online
Take a tour of 10 different anatomy systems, such as the muscular, skeletal or digestive system.
Neuroscience for Kids
Covers the senses, brain, spinal cord, neurons and more!
The Virtual Body
Zoom in on the digestive tract, human heart, human brain or skeleton; activities include reconstructing an online skeleton from a pile of bones!
How does your eye (or even a cow's) work?
Covers how eyes use light to make images, how lenses work, other parts of the eye, and links to more information.
The Secret Life of the Brain
Explore the differences between the brains of babies, children, teens, adults and seniors... enter a 3-D brain anatomy, or scan the human brain!