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 An EU-funded study encompassing Italy and South West England [has just demonstrated the significant health benefits of social media for older people](http://​www.theguardian.com/​media/​2014/​dec/​12/​study-finds-social-media-skype-facebook-use-beneficial-overall-health-elderly). ​ An EU-funded study encompassing Italy and South West England [has just demonstrated the significant health benefits of social media for older people](http://​www.theguardian.com/​media/​2014/​dec/​12/​study-finds-social-media-skype-facebook-use-beneficial-overall-health-elderly). ​
  
-[At the report launch in Italy](http://​www.ages2.eu/​sites/​default/​files/​event/​final-conference.pdf),​ Tony Watts, writer and chair of the SouthWest Forum on Ageing, gave one of the keynote presentations. [[In a précis of his presentation,​ Tony argues that | tonywattsarticle]]:​+[At the report launch in Italy](http://​www.ages2.eu/​sites/​default/​files/​event/​final-conference.pdf),​ Tony Watts, writer and chair of the SouthWest Forum on Ageing, gave one of the keynote presentations. [[In a précis of his presentation,​ Tony argues that|tonywattsarticle]]:​
  
 * Older people have been under-sold the benefits of the Internet because courses and centres still offer clunky computers. Simpler touch-screen tablets or smart TVs open up the online world of opportunities and connections with friends and family. * Older people have been under-sold the benefits of the Internet because courses and centres still offer clunky computers. Simpler touch-screen tablets or smart TVs open up the online world of opportunities and connections with friends and family.
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