Keep exploring the science of aging with these great online resources!
National Institute on Aging:
Links to NIA exercises, and national directory for older people (lists hundreds of organizations on all age-related issues).
Secrets of Aging:
Website for the exhibit on aging created by the Museum of Science, Boston.
Many good links and activities.
Website of the PBS special on the biology of aging.
American Association of Retired Persons (AARP):
News, issues, membership. And links to many other age-related sites.
American Society on Aging:
Baltimore Longitudinal Study and general aging information.
The Living Century:
Stories and information about the oldest living citizens of the US.
Curriculum on aging for middle school and high school students.
A resource for all kind of ideas for healthy aging.
Surfing for Life:
The story of surfers in their 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s!
Information for learning and travel courses for seniors.
Shape Up America!:
Fitness and weight loss programs.
Resource-filled website with information about all aspects of
Alzheimer's, including legal, medical and social issues.
The Secret Life of the Brain:
Episode 5 of this PBS series explores the aging brain.
Neuroscience for Kids:
This web site has many interesting pages on the aging brain.
An orca research site in British Columbia.
Bat Conservation International:
Information about bats all over the world.