In June 2000 scientists completed the 'map' for a human being. See here what a huge task this was and why it is valuable.Food Standards Agency
UK Government advice on eating healthily. Find out hygiene ratings of schools and businesses which serve food.Medicine and Health
Studying the history of medicine? Don't miss this site. It has a timeline of medical discoveries and the people involved from 1900 to the present day. Try the 'Doctor over Time' Shockwave presentation to see how treatments have advanced.Healthy Teeth
A super site on dental health. It explains about tooth decay and what you can do to prevent it.CELLS Alive!
Have you ever wondered about the difference between bacteria and viruses or what happens when you get a splinter? These and other topics about cells, illustrated with microscopy images, are fascinating sections.Teenage Transitions
Discover what it is like when you begin to change into a grown-up.All About Butterflies
All About Butterflies is designed for students of all ages. You can start at a basic level and progress to more detailed information. It explains the parts of a butterfly's anatomy and its lifecycle. There is an illustrated butterfly dictionary and more.What is PVC?
An introduction to this versatile plastic demonstrating its contribution to modern life, examining its structure and the environmental issues surrounding its use.Four Forces on an Airplane
NASA have produced this informative site on the principles of flight. It is illustrated with good diagrams and an animation.Enchanted Learning
Explore the world of whales, dolphins and sharks, and access hundreds of animal printouts with labels and information.