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Aging

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  • The Comparative Biology of Agingby Norman S. Wolf

    Springer 2010; US$ 239.00

    Dealing with every one of the mammalian species that are employed in laboratory research, this book provides details comparative data for age-related changes in its subjects. more...

  • Boosting Your Energyby David M. Dawson; Harvard Health Publications; Harvard Medical School

    Harvard Health Publications 2008; US$ 18.00

    It’s a nearly universal lament of people over age 35: they don’t have as much energy as they did when they were younger. One of the most common complaints is that they can’t stay up as late as they once did and still function normally the next day. People also notice that they’re not as strong as they used to be or that their muscles... more...

  • Living Better, Living Longerby Anne Fabiny; Harvard Health Publications; Harvard Medical School

    Harvard Health Publications 2008; US$ 18.00

    Life expectancy continues to inch upward in the United States, and if you are middle-aged or older, you may be looking ahead and contemplating the coming years. Will you live a long, vibrant life? Will you maintain your vigor and independence in your later years, or will they be marred by disability more...

  • Strokeby J. Philip Kistler; Harvard Health Publications; Harvard Medical School

    Harvard Health Publications 2008; US$ 18.00

    There are many types of stroke, and each cause different kinds of damage and require different treatments. But discovering the exact cause of a stroke is a complicated matter. This report describes each type and its diagnosis and treatment. It also includes a special section on preventing stroke and guidelines for rehabilitation and recovery more...

  • Dementiaby David Ames; Alistair Burns; John O'Brien

    Hodder Education 2005; US$ 275.00

    The rising prevalence of dementia in the population continues to pose a serious public health challenge in both the developed and the developing world. Previous editions of Dementia have become acknowledged as a key ‘gold standard’ work in this field, and have had a genuinely international approach. The third edition has been fully revised... more...

  • Prime Time (with Bonus Content)by Jane Fonda

    Random House Publishing Group 2011; US$ 17.00

    BONUS: This eBook includes the full text of the book plus 50 photographs not found in the print version. In this inspiring and candid book, Jane Fonda, #1 bestselling author, actress, and workout pioneer, gives us a blueprint for living well and for making the most of life, especially the second half of it. Covering sex, love, food, fitness, self-understanding,... more...

  • Grumpy Old Men: The Official Handbookby Stuart Prebble

    Ebury Publishing 2010; US$ 11.88

    Do you know someone who is incensed by compulsory tipping? Who is infuriated if kept on hold for more than a minute? Who is positively apoplectic if someone answers their phone during dinner? If so, youve probably encountered the phenomenon of the grumpy old man. Following their first massively successful BBC1 series, this autumn... more...

  • Grumpy Old Womenby Judith Holder

    Ebury Publishing 2009; US$ 10.39

    We all know what it means these days to be a grumpy old man, because part of that role is to be outspoken. Well, we've heard just about enough out of the men, thank you very much! Grumpy Old Women gives us the other perspective: the female take on the million irritations of today's world. So whats the difference? Surely what is irritating... more...

  • The Longevity Projectby Howard S. Friedman; Leslie R. Martin

    Penguin Group US 2011; US$ 25.95

    "An extraordinary eighty-year study has led to some unexpected discoveries about long life." - O, The Oprah Magazine For years we have been told to obsessively monitor when we're angry, what we eat, how much we worry, and how often we go to the gym. So why isn't everyone healthy? Drawing from the most extensive study of long life ever conducted,... more...

  • Aging, Society, and the Life Courseby Leslie A. Morgan; Suzanne R. Kunkel

    Springer Publishing Company 2011; US$ 100.00

    This is a comprehensive textbook for both undergraduate and graduate level courses, detailing the impact of societal forces on the aging process. The book focuses on the diversity of the older population, examining it from micro/macro perspectives in order to understand aging and the life course as social phenomena. This latest edition examines significant... more...