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WebMD Men's Health Guide

This link will take you to WebMD's comprehensive guide to men's health.

WebMD Men's Health Guide

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Myths About Exercise and Older Adults

Have you given up on exercise? A lot of older people do -- just one out of four people between the ages of 65 and 74 exercises regularly. Many people assume that they're too out-of-shape, or sick, or tired, or just plain old to exercise. They're wrong. "Exercise is almost always good for people of any age," says Chhanda Dutta, PhD, chief of the Clinical Gerontology Branch at the National Institute on Aging. Exercise can help make you stronger, prevent bone loss, improve balance and coordination,...

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WebMD Women's Health Guide

This link takes you to WebMD's Women's Health Guide.

WebMD Women's Health Guide

 

WebMD's Active Aging Support Group

People are talking about what aging means in the 21st century -- share your views on WebMD's Active Aging Support Group message board.

WebMD's Active Aging Support Group

 

Medicare and You

This link takes you to the U.S. government's Medicare web site.

Related Web Site: Medicare

 

WebMD's Caregiving Message Board

Are you a caregiver? You're welcome to participate in WebMD's caregiving message board.

WebMD's Caregiving Message Board

 

National Institute on Aging

The National Institute on Aging (NIA) is part of the National Institutes of Health. This link takes you to NIA's web site.

Related Web Site: National Institute on Aging

 

AARP

Formerly called the American Association of Retired People, AARP is for people age 50 and older. This link takes you to its web site.

Related Web Site: AARP

 

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Reviewed by David T. Derrer, MD on December 06, 2013
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