A Woman's Guide to Staying Healthy Through Her 30s

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Adams Media Corporation, 2002 - Health & Fitness - 307 pages
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The big "3-0" often leaves women less than thrilled with the changes that will inevitably occur to their bodies over the next decade. In her information-packed book A Woman's Guide to Staying Healthy Through Her 30s, certified fitness consultant, wife, and mother Theresa Francis-Cheung shows women how to take control of their bodies and their future -- and, most important, how to slow down their body clocks.

By maintaining their physical, mental, and emotional well-being, women can now look back happily at their 20s and look forward in celebration of what is to come in their 30s, 40s, and beyond. A Woman's Guide to Staying Healthy Through Her 30s teaches women how to:

-- Create a battle plan against aging -- through skin care, diet, and exercise

-- Reassess their career goals, relationships, and priorities

-- Know the facts regarding childbearing decisions for 30-somethings

-- Understand hormonal changes experienced by 30- and 40-somethings

-- And so much more!

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Contents

Age Happens
3
The Turbulent 30s
23
The Age 30 Transition
51
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

Francis-Cheung has written several health related books. Her experience of living with a depressed partner encouraged her to write a book to help men as well as those closest to them.

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