It is ironic that research on inequalities in health largely neglects those age groups with the greatest ill-health and highest use of health resources, namely elderly people. It has also been predominantly concerned with inequalities in men’s health. Latterly the inequalities in health literature has embraced inequalities in health among women (Moser et al. 1988; Arber 1990, 1991; Popay and Bartley 1989; Annandale and Hunt 1990), but the focus has been on women below statutory retirement age. In this chapter, we show for elderly people how the resource of physical health is linked with material resources and access to supportive care. These three key resources reinforce one another, and women are disadvantaged in all of them: the resource triangle is gendered.