- Healthy Pregnancy: Experts Speak Out (A Teratology Society Blog)
- Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) “App”
The app is a way for users to access the latest information related to alcohol use during pregnancy and FASDs directly from an iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad. From women planning a pregnancy to health care providers to families and educators, this app helps users easily find and share the latest in the prevention, recognition, and treatment of FASDs. This application is a companion to CDC’s FASD website and is CDC’s first health condition-specific app!
- CDC's Pediatric Genetics Website
Easy-to-read information on genetic disorders, family health history, genetic counseling, and newborn screening.
- March of Dimes
Pregnancy & Newborn Health Education Center
provides accurate, timely information and referral services
to the public.
- National Society of
This page of
the NSGC site has been developed to assist consumers in locating
genetic counseling services and for students curious about the
profession. Genetic Counselors are listed by state and city.
- Center for
the Evaluation of Risks to Human Reproduction (CERHR)
The NTP and
NIEHS recently established this web site. The CERHR web site
is a useful resource for the latest information about potentially
hazardous effects of chemicals on human reproduction and development.
- Thalidomide Victims Association
of Canada (TVAC)
charitable organisation that was formed in order to provide
peer support and advocacy for Canadian Thalidomiders. Also contains
the history and recent information about thalidomide, one of
the world's most notorious teratogens.
web site of The Motherisk Program at the Hospital for Sick Children
in Toronto, built in collaboration with the Society of Obstetricians
and Gynaecologists of Canada (SOGC). Highlights important findings
in maternal-fetal health, treatment and care, and presents findings
in maternal-fetal toxicology.
The mission of Medpedia is to openly share and advance medical knowledge, and that includes the knowledge of patients, caregivers and those looking to stay well.
- National Center for Education
in Maternal and Child Health (NCEMCH)
NCEMCH is dedicated to improving the health of children and families
through national leadership in three key areas: state-of-the-art
knowledge, program development, and policy analysis and education.
- National Information Center
for Children and Youth with Disabilities (NICHCY)
NICHCY provides information on disabilities and disability-related
issues for families, educators, and other professionals. The
focus is on children and youth from birth to age 22.
- Organization of Teratology
Information Specialists (OTIS)
OTIS web site provides information about prescriptive and non-prescriptive
drugs, street drugs, alcohol, chemicals, infectious diseases
and any other physical agents which may be harmful to an unborn
child. OTIS also provides a state-by-state listing of Teratology
Information Services, which are comprehensive and multidisciplinary
resources for medical consultation on prenatal exposures.
- Vaccines and Medications in Pregnancy Surveillance System (VAMPSS)
The Vaccines and Medications in Pregnancy Surveillance System (VAMPSS) is a new nationwide post-marketing surveillance system established to comprehensively monitor the use and safety of vaccines and medications during pregnancy through the initial support of the U.S. Office of Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA) and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ).