Searching in Aging

  • A Adults (18 and older)
  • T Teens (13-17)
  • K Kids (12 and under)

http://www.geron.org/

Multidisciplinary society for professionals in the field of aging. Focuses on promoting the scientific study of aging.

http://healthyaging.net/

National, ongoing, health promotion designed to broaden awareness of the positive aspects of aging and to provide inspiration to adults, ages 50 plus, to improve their physical, mental, social and financial health.

http://www.infoaging.org/

Provides research-based information on a wide range of age-related diseases, conditions, issues, features, and news.

http://www.healthboards.com/

Forum on the process and affects of aging.

http://www.agingportfolio.org/

The IARP is a non-profit open-access knowledge management system. Scientists and organizations can track, analyze and visualize grant, publication and other research data in biomedical science worldwide.

http://www.nejm.org/

Article from The New England Journal of Medicine.

http://www.nymemory.org/

Clinic specializing in Ayurvedic and Tibetan methods to combat aging and maintain mental health. Located in New York, New York.

http://www.wellmax.com/

Preventative medicine for health, wellness, longevity and anti-aging therapies using diagnostic technology and hormone replacement therapy. Located in California.

http://weeksmd.com/

Corrective health, research, holistic medicine and non-traditional viewpoints on the practice of traditional medicine. Located in Washington.

http://www.antiaging.com/

Anti-aging age management medicine since 1996. Hormonal balancing with bio-identicals for optimal health and well being. Monterey, California.

http://www.prolongyouth.com/

Hormone replacement determined by lab testing. Treatment of age related diseases. External counter pulsation units for patients who suffer from angina and other circulatory dysfunction.

http://www.theantiagingdoctor.com/

Provides details of founder, specialties, and successes. California.

http://www.napleslongevity.com/

Hormone replacement therapy, including growth hormone, estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, DHEA, and melatonin. Located in Florida.

http://physioage.com/

Treating men and women with natural hormone replacement and antioxidant vitamins. Includes details of treatments and services, and health information to download. Locations in: New York, New Jersey, Utah and Michigan.

http://www.longevitymeme.org/

Nonprofit longevity organization that promotes and publicizes achievable anti-aging technologies.

http://www.smartlifeforum.org/

Holds monthly seminars on issues of alternative health, biochemistry, physiology, anti-aging, and related research areas. Palo Alto, California.

http://www.thebls.org/

Non-profit life extension organization. News and directory of anti-aging drugs.

http://www.grg.org/

Holds regular seminars on possible clinical interventions against the aging process and related topics in growth and developmental biology. Includes rosters and photographs of those living past the age of 110.

http://www.brookdale.org/

Interdisciplinary gerontology center located in New York City. Brookdale's mission is to enhance the quality of life of the elderly through a multidisciplinary program of education, training, applied research, service innovation, and advocacy. A major focus is on urban aging.

http://www.innovitaresearch.org/

Research on aging, molecular concepts of aging, cloning and age-related diseases such as Alzheimers, Werner syndrome, and Parkinsons.

http://longevity-science.org/

Scientific and Educational Website on Human Longevity Studies

http://www.senescence.info/

Informational website on Gerontology and Aging Research

http://www.numericalexample.com/

Computes mortality risk over a given period and life expectancy given the current age. The calculations are based on statistical data.

http://www.arclab.org/

Recent aging related articles on the biological implications of aging.

http://www.hcoa.org/

Research center offers stories of seniors making the most of their senior years and information on aging. Includes newsletter in pdf format.

http://www.buckinstitute.org/

Nonprofit research and education center on aging. Institute background, biographies and focus of faculty, articles and press releases.

http://sens.org/

Human Regenerative Engineering. Founded to develop, promote and ensure widespread access to regenerative medicine solutions to the disabilities and diseases of aging. Presents its mission, history, researches and publications.

http://www.aging.cc/

A biomedical search engine of project funding and publications with emphasis on aging and age-related diseases.

http://www.aginganddisease.org/

The peer reviewed, open access online journal offers research articles and manuscripts on aging and aging-associated diseases. Comes with pdf-downloads and archives.

http://www.nia.nih.gov/

Government site with information on research and practical resources for the aging population.