|Adult development and aging - Outline||
Mega site which is a great general resource location for finding links on menopause.
Tampax's well-constructed site with good information for understanding menopause.
Good discussion of risks and issues during menopause, assessment tools for determining where a woman is at with respect to menopause.
Good information on menopause. From New York Online Access to Health (NOAH).
The web site for Jed Diamond's book of the same name.
The web site for the book of the same name by Eugene Shippen and William Fryer which is basically on the topic of male menopause.
The Merck Manual of Medical Information - Good online source of women's health information, including sections on the female reproductive system, hormones and reproduction, puberty, the menstrual cycle, pregnancy, and menopause.
Good general web resource on arthritis and related conditions.
Good information on arthritis and lots of links.
Good basic information on arthritis, lupus, and rheumatism, in general. From The University of Birmingham, UK.
Good source of information on these illnesses.
Good information and links on osteoporosis.
Personal site about osteoporosis in men.
Very comprehensive site with excellent links on Alzheimer's disease. From New York Online Access to Health (NOAH).
Another excellent electronic resource on Alzheimer's.
Great site with good information on other forms of dementia in addition to Alzheimer's. Also good links and good suggestions to prevent Alzheimer's by staying mentally sharp.
Good links and general information in the "layperson" section and more detailed information for researchers as well.
Alzheimer's Disease Education and Referral (ADEAR) Center's helpful web site. A center established by the National Institute on Aging (NIA).
From the UK. Has a fun memory quiz, good information, and many links on Alzheimer's.
Excellent site for MRI brain imaging, from Harvard University. Can interactively look at the brain, slice by slice, for normal people of different ages, AIDS dementia patients, individuals with Alzheimer's disease, and those with tumors and/or strokes.
The Institute for Gerontology's site. Excellent virtual library of resources and information on aging. Can search and browse by topic.
Extensive links for gerontology.
Very comprehensive site with excellent descriptions of the physiological changes that take place with aging. From New York Online Access to Health (NOAH).
Good comprehensive resource site.
The Department of Health and Human Services' (DHHS) excellent site with good links, resources, and statistics on aging.
Has a good "aging 101" course and other useful information.
Has a good set of links. Duke University.
Good statistics on the aging population.
The American Psychological Association Adult Development and Aging Division's page. Has good links to division members and their research labs.
Good general resource site.
Good fact sheets and information on caregiving for the elderly.
Useful site on issues associated with, and resources for, choosing nursing homes.
Harvard Medical School study group on individuals who live to be over 100 years of age. Has links to other centenarian groups, good historical demographic information, and plots of the changing and aging population.
Good links to aging organizations and sites.