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Name Description Publisher Comments
Ageing Issues In this blog members of the British Society of Gerontology discuss contemporary issues raised by ageing societies. British Society of Gerontology (BSG)
AGEnda - Aging & Work Blog The blog of the Sloan Center on Aging & Work provides relevant posts in the field of work and retirement. Sloan Center on Aging & Work
AgingOptions Blog The blog is a collection of stories, suggestions, and thoughts by the staff of AgingOptions about the life and health care of elderly. Ageing Options
Aging Sciences - Anti-Aging Firewalls A weblog on the science and practices of living healthily very long.
@ging This blog (in English and Spanish) covers scientific findings on ageing and its underlying mechanisms. Shaday and Layla Michán Last post from Feb 2012.
Al Fin Longevity The blogger highlights and discusses recent research publications and studies about longevity. Last post from Jan 2013.
All Things Aging The blog provides online undergraduate and graduate courses in Aging Studies, conducting research and offering consulting services. The blog is published by the University of Indianapolis Center for Aging & Community Last post from Nov 2013.
Alliance for Aging Research Blog The Alliance‘s blog aims to be a "go-to" site for policy makers, members of the media, and consumers who want a personal inside look at the Alliance‘s activities and perspective on a range of timely issues. Alliance for Aging Research
Besdine Blog on Aging Richard Besdine (Medical Officer for the American Federation for Aging Research (AFAR) and Professor of Medicine) writes about different aspects of aging and age-related diseases and reports on his own experience as a geriatrician. The Huffington Post


A Natural Approach to Human Health

The mission of BioFoundations is to provide information on human health for educational purposes to the public.The focus of BioFoundations is on scientific and evidence-based research on the natural approaches to human health with an emphasis on anti-aging and nutrition.

Biology of Aging Portal (BoA) The Biology of Aging Portal aims to put knowledge and issues surrounding aging and lifespan in front of a world-wide audience ranging from school children to expert scientists. It provids small articles on ageing-related topics. The site also offers an RSS news feed on ageing-related topics and provides ageing-related tools like LigerCat and OntoSpecies. The LigerCat link seems no longer to be active (21/09/2015).
BrainHQ blog This blog provides regular posts on issues related to the brain, aging and Posit Science. BrainHQ
Cellular Senescence Research Blog A blog for those interested in the physiological and pathological impact of senescent cells.
ElderHelpers Blog Elder Helpers is a user-friendly, web-based service. We believe that compassion at its finest is free. Volunteers register to offer their services based on their true desire to help elders. The Elder Helpers program strives to safely and conveniently connect these dedicated, passionate volunteers with elders in their local communities. ElderHelpers
Extended Deadline

A Blog on Aging Science

David Stipp a distinguished science writer. In ths Blog he covers aspects of Aging Science. David Stipp
Fight Aging! Blog Fight Aging! publishes material about healthy life extension practices, longevity research, and rejuvenation biotechnology. The mission of the blog writers is to encourage the development of medical technologies, lifestyles, and other means that will help people live healthily well beyond the current limits of mortality. Fight Aging! will help ensure that the means and potentials of extended human longevity become commonly accepted throughout the world. Fight Aging!
Global AgeWatch Index Blog This blog provides information about ageing and the development of the Global AgeWatch Index. The Global AgeWatch Index is a tool to measure the quality of life and wellbeing of older people around the world. HelpAge International - A global movement for the rights of older people.
H+ Aging H+ is a not for profit organization dedicated to developing knowledge about the science, technology, and social changes of the 21st century. It is aimed to deeply influence a new generation of thinkers who dare to envision humanity’s next steps. Humanity+
Healthy Aging Podcasts This website provides a collection of podcasts about healthy aging. Collected by CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
Josh Mitteldorf Science Blog Playing the Game for a Longer Life Blog on Aging Matters Josh Mitteldorf
LongeCity Blog The LongeCity ( is an international, not-for-profit, membership-based organization. It‘s mission is "to conquer the blight of involuntary death".

To advance this mission, it is aimed to provide:
-- a repository of high-quality information;
-- an open public forum for the free exchange of information and views;
-- an infrastructure to support community projects and initiatives;
-- the facilities for supporting an international community of those with an interest in life extension.

Longevity for All The site is dedicated to collecting and distributing materials in different languages on Longevity Research and Advocacy around the world.
Longevity Medical Clinic Blog Dr. Jerry Mixon writes about recent medical findings concerning diseases and ageing. Dr. Jerry Mixon
Longevity Science This Scientific Blog represents research efforts aimed to understand the mechanisms of aging and longevity in order to extend healthy and productive human lifespan. Dr. Leonid Gavrilov
Maria Konovalenko Blog on Aging This blog ist part of the ‘Science for Life Extension Foundation‘ aiming to make radical life extension a global initiative. Maria Konovalenko
Masters in Gerontology Resources and tidbits on the social and medical aspects of healthy aging. Last post from Nov 2011.

Research in the biology of aging

Ouroboros is a community weblog for biologists of aging. The mission of the site is to provide timely, thoughtful and scholarly commentary on developments within the field, as they are reported in the literature and at relevant conferences.

The hope is that others working in the field will participate in the site: by reading the articles, commenting on them, and volunteering to contribute postings on subjects that interest them. If you’d like to get involved, contact the editor at [chrispatil][at][].

silverlearning A blog on lifelong learning and healthy aging – by Sandra von Doetinchem Sandra von Doetinchem Facebook