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- Meadowbrook 2012; US$ 7.00
INSPIRING QUOTES, JOKES, and CARTOONS FOR THE YOUNG AT HEART! Being "old" isn't what it used to be. Elders today are active, fun, and ready for something new. Stay young at heart with the wit, wisdom, and inspiration you'll find in this book by Ed Fischer. It's time to be the new you. Live it up. Laugh often. Love life like never before. more...
- Hundreds of Heads Books 2009; US$ 13.99
How to Love Your Retirement shows the baby-boom generation how to plan for, and succeed at, this statge of life, whether relaxation, travel, education, or even a new occupation is the goal. Packed with helpful, entertaining stories and real-life advice from hundreds of retirees who are making the most of their post-work lives, this honest and useful... more...
- Springer New York 2012; US$ 118.43
The myth of the sexual inactivity of older people has long been exploded. This valuable work assembles the latest material on a range of sexual concerns experienced by our elders, from HIV/AIDS to body image problems, and includes telling personal testimony. more...
- St. Martin's Press 2013; US$ 6.79
"Acclaimed author and feisty nonagenarian Hotchner's witty ruminations about the art of living well into old age...with brio and a touch of his trademark sass, Hotchner writes about rediscovering love after 75, finding joy in a scrappy African gray parrot he named after his longtime friend, Ernest Hemingway, and going on his very first safari at... more...
- John Hunt Publishing 2007; US$ 11.99
Life expectancy is going up. Our parents are increasingly likely to be living into their eighties and nineties. Many find themselves in the position of caring for their parents when they are already retired themselves, or not in good health, or still have children to support financially. Do you feel your parents are a burden? Do they feel that? How... more...
- Clerisy Press 2012; US$ 13.99
Every day, regular women are accomplishing extraordinary things later in life. Prill Boyle gathered the encouraging stories of twelve daring and determined women who accomplished incredible things at an age when most people are beginning to wind down. more...
- Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden 2012; US$ 18.09
Der künftig drohende Anstieg der Altersarmut steht spätestens seit dem Paradigmenwechsel in der Alterssicherung auf der Agenda. Gleichzeitig verfügten die älteren Menschen im Durchschnitt nie zuvor über solch umfangreichen materiellen Wohlstand wie heute. ?Die Alten? gerieten so als Profiteure des vormaligen Ausbaus sozialstaatlicher Sicherung in... more...
- AltaMira Press 2003; US$ 38.99
Western thought traditionally divides the human being into a body-mind dualism; the first examines the physical body and the second focuses upon psychological and social aspects of aging. Christopher A. Faircloth's edited volume of original pieces attempts to bridge this rift: reinserting the physical back into gerontology's study of aging. Faircloth... more...
- Hampton Roads Publishing 2006; US$ 19.95
The answers you need?the personal, "been there" advice you can trust. After his father suffered a massive stroke and his mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer's, Jim Comer found himself an overnight "parent" at the age of 51. When he walked into his father's hospital room everyone looked to him as the ?man who knew all the answers.? He soon realized... more...
- Scientific American 2013; US$ 5.09
Forever Young: The Science of Aging by the Editors of Scientific American Today, an infant born in the US will probably live to see his or her 78th birthday, a 20- year-plus increase over the average lifespan a century ago. While living well into the 80s and 90s is becoming more and more attainable, how many more years can humanity expect to gain?... more...