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- Abingdon Press 2005; US$ 11.00
Barbara Bruce provides 75 ways to keep our brains fit and reasons for doing so. She includes "Brain Breaks" throughout that offer the reader opportunities to do fun, stimulating, and challenging brain exercises. The ebook can be used as a resource for the reader; for aging parents, relatives, or friends; for a church's ministry to aging adults; for... more...
- Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2006; US$ 24.95
?How could ?old age? be a medical diagnosis when I wasn?t even forty?? ?Lolly Winston ?? if aging is difficult for those of us who were only sometimes cute,? she says, ?just imagine how hard it must be for the aging knockouts, the living dolls.? ?Rebecca McClanahan ?I love sex. I love middle-age sex. I love married sex. I'm almost fifty and I've... more...
- Penguin Publishing Group 2005; US$ 18.00
From the author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Grain Brain ... Loss of memory is not a natural part of aging?and this book explains why. Celebrated neurologist David Perlmutter reveals how everyday memory-loss?misplacing car keys, forgetting a name, losing concentration in meetings?is actually a warning sign of a distressed brain. Here he and... more...
- Wiley 2006; US$ 19.95
So you’re approaching retirement – what’s next? As an over-sixty today you are likely to be very much healthier than previous generations of retirees and you’re close to outnumbering the younger age group. So why should they have all the fun? The grey pound is particularly strong, and the so-called Third Age, holds the largest... more...
- Oxford University Press 2004; US$ 104.99
Explains human aging from genes to clinical disease. With over 4,000 references, this book explores both the fundamental processes of aging and the resultant tissue-by-tissue clinical pathology, detailing both research and state-of-the art clinical interventions in aging and age-related disease. more...
- Infobase Publishing 2004; US$ 35.00
The Science of Aging tackles this fascinating subject, from natural processes to technological developments, and describes past and present research on extending the human life span. Different theories about aging and the studies of the fruit fly and housefly, which have provided a basis of knowledge in this field, are presented in a clear and concise... more...
- Electronic & Database Publishing, Inc. 2007; US$ 17.95
Offering solutions for societys overweight epidemic, this guide details how you can personally achieve and maintain a healthy weight while having greater energy and feeling more relaxed. more...
- Oxford University Press 2006; US$ 89.99
Introduces aging, defines it, describes the statistics and parameters that measure it, and compares it in different species and models. This work focuses the material back onto human aging and its clinical and demographic outcomes. It provides an overview of a rapidly changing field, and reflects the changes, the disputes, and the glut of data. more...
- Penguin Publishing Group 2007; US$ 13.00
Just for fun is this wonderful little book for anyone harassed by those inevitable signs of aging, e.g., short-term memory loss and income strategies for retirement. In this everything-you-wish-you-didn't-need-to-know guidebook, Padwa ( Say the Magic Words: How To Get What You Want from the People Who Have What You Need ) discusses midlifers' sense... more...
- Springer 2008; US$ 149.00
Aging is inevitable: this is gerontological dogma. And humans do inevitably grow old, which is probably why it seems so unlikely to us that other forms of life could escape aging. Escaping aging is not escaping death. Death is an inherent part of life, and it can strike any time. But the question is whether death necessarily becomes more likely as... more...