Websites for Seniors

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Administration on  An invaluable resource to help seniors answer questions related on a wide variety of topics.

Alzheimer's  Provides information on the prevention, cures and treatments of Alzheimer's disease and related disorders. Also provides support and assistance to patients and their families.

WebMD  One of the best sites for medical research.

Social Security  This is a very large site offering everything from Social Security related news, items to laws, regulations, forms, benefit publications, research statistics and more.

Internal Revenue  Provides all kinds of information regarding federal and state taxes. You can also print tax forms directly from this website.