The National Institute on Aging and the National Library of Medicine which are parts of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) developed a website for older adults.The site was developed for age-related health information for older adults and was tested with adults age 60 to 88 to ensure that it was easy for them to see, understand and navigate. The website’s senior-friendly features include: dark font against a light background, large sans-serif font, ability to enlarge text and change the contrast, plus easy-to-click links including search results. Health topics include general background information, open-captioned videos, quizzes and frequently asked questions (FAQs). New topics are added to the site on a regular basis. The short health videos offer up-to-date medical information tips for healthy living and stories of older adults who are coping with diseases or conditions of aging. The A– Z listing of health topics include an explanation of the topic, causes, symptoms and diagnosis, possible treatments and FAQs. A small sample of topics listed includes: sleep and aging, balance problems, dry eye, dental health, end of life, and skin care.