Tackling Issues Of The 'Freedom Years'

Retirement Living TV has launched freedomyears.com, a website to provide users with health information and news on aging.

An offshoot of the network's main Web site, this version will include a search engine for culling sources such as a list of leading geriatric physicians, the National Institutes of Health and RLTV's own programs, such as Healthline.
The freedomyears site has been in beta testing for three months, during which baby boomers and older users have sampled brain and memory improvement games; Elderberries, a comic strip focusing on the humor of aging; Healthline'svideo library and tips on the detection and prevention of Alzheimer's disease.

The site will introduce a discussion topic each month  and in the future will add a real-time "ask the doctor" interactive feature.