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Best Sites for Seniors

How Awards are chosen
Award winners determined using an algorithm that takes into account website popularity measured by traffic and the quantity and quality of reviews over a 12-month period
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WebMD

WebMD is a great source of medical information. I use it all the time.
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AARP

aarp.org is the official site of the AARP non-profit organization. Don't confuse it with aarp.com which is essentially there to sell insurance. Although oriented to seniors, there is tons of information and advice applicable to anyone. There is so much stuff on this website it is like drinking...
hey i like this site very much.
I was sick of taking cruises and traveling with other 50 plus crowd that did not want to do anything but eat and watch shows. My wife and I wanted to exercise our minds and we discovered roadscholar really by accident. A friend we met on a cruise told us about this site and we have love it ever...
SeniorNet has been great for my mother. After her class on microsoft word she continues to use the training manuals to brush up on the program from time to time. It really helps her to remember what she learned in the class. Seniornet offers a great service for the older generation who just want...
there are so many people out there caring for loved ones in the families and looking for answers. This site answers their needs.
Claflin Medical carries an extensive list of hospital supplies and medical equipment. Whether I've been looking for necessities for my medical practice like a new exam table, hand sink and lab equipment, or I've needed specific medical testing supplies, I have found it all at Claflin. Claflin is...
I've fallen a few times and I had to call for help. I got Philips Lifeline and it's been good with them. Whenever I've called, I've had the service. It's working all right the way it is and it's always been useful for me when I needed it.
Home instead is a great resource for your loved one's home care needs. They can help find a care giver in your area and are available for advice on common conditions such as depression, alzheimer's, and arthritis.