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Online Communities

It wasn't long ago that the internet was used only by people with advanced computer skills. At first, the internet didn't offer much in the way of entertainment or interacting with others. That has all changed.

The internet is now a wonderful place to meet and interact with people from around the world. It is possible to find people that share your interests and hobbies and special concerns. There are many that focus specifically on older adults. We invite you to visit the following sites where you may make new friends, find a soltution to a pressing concern, or learn more about living well and aging well.

Goal is to provide our website visitors and members with a safe community to communicate with family and friends, to research information and to purchase items in a secured environment.

Senior Citizen Online Community
Provides good tips for getting started.

CoolGrandma.com website is for people of all ages, seniors, parents, their children, and anyone else who is inspired by the boundless limits of the web. Our mission is to empower the online senior community and have fun doing it!

Way 2 Age
Inspiration. Information. Community.


CDC Public Health Data and Statistics Widget

Do you know the reported amount of sleep Americans got in 2006 versus 1985? Do you know the prevalence of obesity in the United States?

This widget provides an easy and convenient way to stay informed of CDC's featured data and statistics information. The widget displays current and past data and statistics graphs. The information is maintained and kept up to date by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Atlanta, GA.

Scroll through the health statistics by clicking the Previous and Next tabs at the bottom of the display. Click on the chart image for more detailed information about the topic.

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Site last reviewed: March 25, 2013

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