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Get the Facts
What to expect as you get older.
What exactly is going on with your body? Here's what you can expect as you age.
Practical Tips and Tools
The Healthspan Calculator
What is your life Expectancy?
BMI (Body-Mass Index) Calculator
A quick way to measure overweight and obesity.
What is Your Real Age?
Take the test and find out how your lifestyle is increasing or decreasing your real age.
What is your Aging IQ?
A quiz brought to you by the National Institute of Aging
Online Resources
A New Vision of Aging
A compelling report of the future of healthy aging by the Center for the Advancement of Health.
Aging Resources (CDC)
AARP - Health
Georgia Dietitians
Locate a Registered Dietitian in your area to help you with your nutritional concerns.
American Council on Science and Health
ACSH publishes on a wide range of public and environmental health topics.
Good Health Habits at 60 and Beyond
Healthy Aging for Older Adults (CDC)
Living a Healthy Lifestyle- Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Seniors Health Issues
A collection of links about health issues seniors face.
NIHSeniorHealth.gov
This website for older adults was developed by the National Institute on Aging and the National Library of Medicine, both part of the National Institutes of Health.
Senior.com
Successful aging: THE SECOND 50
WebMD Newsletters
Select from a variety of health topics. Email newsletters come weekly or monthly. Access to WebMD's award-winning content and health experts. They include highlights from the best of our interactive tools, drug database, message boards, and more!
Successful Aging: Optimizing Life in the Second Half
Young at Heart - Tips for Older Adults

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