This week, I took my Girl Scout and kid knowledge to a meeting at the American Cancer Society. A former co-worker works there now, and developed a Girl Scout patch program to help girls learn about healthy behaviors that can prevent cancer.
The ACS provides a wealth of information on its website, www.cancer.org. Check it out now; bookmark it for future reference. Remember that when you evaluate a website for its usefulness, you should consider authority and bias. A drug company or a medical reference site that takes ads may represent information differently than a non-profit does.