Thursday, February 5, 2009

Top 10 Websites for 2009, Part 3


This is the second to last of my 10 websites that will change the way boomers use the Internet in 2009. 


Thanks goodness our tax dollars are working.  The U.S. government has provided a huge number of useful references for web-savvy citizens and visitors.  Arrange to be notified by email when policies or laws change.

Enlarge the text (top right-hand corner), use the search box and get assistance for caregiving, consumer protection, employment, end-of-life, health, money and taxes, retirement, travel and more.

Find your representatives.  Turn up your volume to view and listen to an easy presentation on how you can access government information.  Shop government auctions and sales.  Apply for benefits and grants.  Locate in-person services near you.  Email or speak to a real-live person using toll-free numbers.


Drug Digest is "an educational, non-biased drug information site dedicated to helping consumers make informed choices about trade name and generic" drugs and about treatment options.

This site is a fabulous tool for comparing drugs and checking interactions.  Learn not only about your drug, vitamin or supplement but also what the pill should look like (photos provided) so you are absolutely certain you are taking the correction medication.

Stay tuned for our final 2 fabulous websites.  

*For more great websites, visit 50somethinginfo.com, the search engine dedicated to delivering the best of the net to boomers and seniors.


1 comment:

Shirley said...

These have been fantastic, Great Blogger! I'm going to keep these on file.