|Click Here:Free Calls over the Internet!
Talk to anyone in the world with Skype! Skype is available
in 28 languages and allows individuals to talk to each other
over a simple Internet connection. You can make video calls,
call landlines and even mobile phones. With Skype, stay
connected with friends and family.
If you decide to get Skype you will need the following items which
you probably already have:
A web cam on your computer
An Internet service
A microphone and speaker or a headset microphone and speaker
Once you download Skype you can communicate with other folks.
Sometime it is hard to put a name with a face. Skype will allow us
to put a face with the name.
Skype is an easy way for us to talk and see each other. You
can only video two people at one time. But we can video
individual people just like talking on a two way telephone but we
will be able to see each other. Skype has other services like
computer calling service which is very cheap but cost money. When you
register for Skype only click the Free video conference services. It
take about ten minutes to complete the download and review the tutorial
video on how to use Skype. It is easy.
I have included the Skype Internet address below. You do not want to give out too much personal information.
Only put in the information that was required which
is your name, state that you live in, your e-mail address, and your web
name. You don't have to give your age and the other stuff.
Click here for Skype Web Site: Free Calls over the Internet!
| Exercise for Seniors
Also called: Seniors' fitness There is a fountain of youth. Millions have discovered it - the secret to feeling better and living
longer. It's called staying active. Finding a program that works for you and sticking with it can pay big dividends. Regular
exercise can prevent or delay diabetes and heart trouble. It can also reduce arthritis pain, anxiety and depression. It can help
older people stay independent.
There are four main types of exercise and seniors need some of each:
•Endurance activities - like walking, swimming, or riding a bike - which build "staying power" and improve the health of the
heart and circulatory system
•Strengthening exercises which build muscle tissue and reduce age-related muscle loss
•Stretching exercises to keep the body limber and flexible
•Balance exercises to reduce the chances of a fall
NIH: National Institute on Aging URL of this page: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/exerciseforsenior