(Also, see the Just Physical Education Page)

INFOHIO Resources include:

(Contact Pam Hopkins at the High School if you need login information for INFOhio)

MedlinePlus - Produced by the National Library of Medicine, brings you current health news and information about diseases, conditions, wellness and drugs. Includes:

Consumer Health Complete (EBSCO)
Consumer Health Complete (EBSCO)

Consumer Health Complete (EBSCO)
Articles, videos, images, current events, fact sheets. Includes up-to-date medical and health information on many topics, from alternative medicine to daily health care.

  • The CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) is the definitive site for learning about diseases. Environmental Health issues are also included here.
  • KidsHealth in the Classroom offers educators free health-related lesson plans for all grades and subject areas. Each Teacher's Guide includes discussion questions, activities, and reproducible handouts and quizzes – all aligned to national health education standards. Resources for PreK-12.
  • Learn to Be Healthy- is a website that helps students learn about healthy choices by focusing on six areas: Adolescence, Dental Health, Eating Healthy, Mental Health, Nutrition and Fitness, and Tobacco & Inhalants. Each section has learning modules with sequenced activities, interactive games, web quests, multiple-choice tests, and links to other websites.
  • The world’s largest biomedical library, the National Library of Medicine has several free databases covering topics of health, wellness and medical history.

(See Just Science - Life Sciences)



  • DrugFree.org is a site that has information on drugs, alcohol, and teens. It contains video clips, quizzes, and advice.
  • The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), a component of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), created this Web site to educate adolescents ages 11 through 15 (as well as their parents and teachers) on the science behind drug abuse. NIDA enlisted the help of teens in developing the site to ensure that the content addresses appropriate questions and timely concerns.
  • Smoking and Tobacco Use Prevention - You can order up to 5 free publications from the Centers for Disease Control. These include posters, DVDs and many other items. I ordered some posters with Jackie Chan, Tony Hawk and Christy Turlington for the High School.


(Also see, Just Physical Education)
  • Healthy Schools Program- Sponsored by the Alliance for a Healthier Generation, this free program provides a toolkit online and coaches on the ground to help your school become a healthier place. Awards are also given to participating schools based on their range of healthy eating and physical activity programs.
  • Sun Safety Lesson for Middle/High School Health and Physical Education Classes from The Skin Cancer Foundation
    • Downloadable, projectable and printable materials
    • Teach in 1-2 class periods
    • Designed in accordance with National Health Education Standards
    • Additional skin cancer prevention resources available

NUTRITION: (See Just Consumer Sciences)
  • The Healthier US School Challenge (HUSSC)- This free program by the USDA helps schools create a healthier school environment through their promotion of good nutrition and physical activity. Four levels of performance are awarded. The program has just recently been expanded to include secondary schools.