Infants and Children | Women of Reproductive Age | Worksite Nutrition and Physical Activity | Community | More Helpful Resources
Appropriate infant and child nutrition, including breastfeeding, and physical activity reduces health risks and can lead to improved health beyond childhood.
California Infant Feeding Guide | Feeding guide for children from birth to one year of age, with a focus on breastfeeding.
Getting to Know Your Baby (Full-length,16:42 video)
All about Baby Cues (2:23)
Deep Sleep (0:55)
Overstimulated Baby (0:52)
All about Crying (2:23)
"I want to be near you" cues (0:54)
Sleepy Baby Cues (1:02)
Fullness Cues (1:18)
All about Sleep (2:19)
Crying Baby (0:40)
Choking Prevention for Young Children | Helpful tips and resources to prevent food choking risks in young children under the age of 5 years.
Center of Disease Control (CDC) World Health Organization (WHO) Growth Charts | CDC provides information on the WHO Growth standards for infants and children less than 2 years of age, including growth charts, data tables, and other resources and information on using the growth charts.
Caring for Our Children: National Health and Safety Performance Standards - Guidelines for Early Care and Education Programs | A comprehensive set of health and safety standards for early child care and education settings.
California WIC Program | WIC provides healthy foods, education, and more for babies and children up to age 5, pregnant women, and new mothers.
Emergency Preparedness: Infant and Young Child Feeding | Resources for safe infant and child feeding during a disaster.
Promoting the participation of children with disabilities in sports, recreation, and physical activities | Murphy N.A., Carbone P.S., & Council on Children with Disabilities. (2008). Pediatrics, 121 (5), 1057-1061.
Recorded Webinars presented by the
California Children's Healthy Weight COIIN (Collaborative Improvement and Innovation Network)
Reducing Choking Risk in Infant Feeding- KatieFerraro: MPH, RDN, CDE ;
New Protections for Workplace Lactation Accommodation in California- Jenna Gerry and Robbie Gonzalez-Dow
Can I Still Pump at Work? Pandemic Considerations for Lactating Workers in California- Jessica Lee, Caroline Wick, and Robbie Gonzalez-Dow
The Baby-Led Approach to Feeding: What Does the Research Say?- Katie Ferraro: MPH, RDN, CDE
Supporting Responsive Feeding Using Baby Behavior- M. Jane Heinig, Ph.D.
California's 2018 World Breastfeeding Week Lactation Accommodation Campaign: Social Media Skill Building Workshop - Lynette Anigbo and Erica Root
Preconception health sets the stage for healthier mothers and babies.
Fostering a healthy workplace can benefit an organization by improving employee morale, increasing productivity and by reducing absenteeism and healthcare costs.
Network for a Healthy California--Worksite Program | The Worksite Program works with employers throughout California to: 1) Improve access to healthy foods and physical activity at workplaces; 2) Foster supportive work environments that encourage healthy lifestyle choices; and 3) Establish public policies that bolster health promotion efforts at worksites.