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Health Information for Older Adults


Picture of Aging Well homepageAging Well Village

Rated “Better than Most” by Tufts Nutrition Navigator, the website of Aging Well Village at provides a variety of health information for older adults. Articles on strength training, stretching, and walking encourage older adults to be active. Practical and healthy recipes and eating tips encourage good nutrition. The easy-to-read site provides resources and links for both the older adult and caregivers.

Sponsored by the New York State Office for the Aging.


Picture of the National Institute on Aging homepage.National Institute on Aging

To access current and reliable health information for older adults, visit the website of the National Institute on Aging (NIA) at Users can download fact sheets and booklets on topics such as health quackery, diabetes, constipation, and exercise. Visitors can also access The Resource Directory for Older People, obtain information on Alzheimer’s disease through the Alzheimer’s Disease Education and Referral (ADEAR) program, and link to a variety of Federal websites for older adults.

Sponsored by NIA, National Institutes of Health (NIH).


Picture of the NIH Senior Health web pageNIH Senior Health

A senior-friendly website, provides easily accessible health information to people 60 years of age and older. The site features include large print, short and easy-to-read segments, and information presented in a manner designed to increase memory retention. Topics include exercise for older adults and Alzheimer’s disease, with more topics to be added in the future. The site offers information in both print and open-captioned videos formats.

Sponsored by NIA and the National Library of Medicine (NLM), NIH. s


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