1001 Things Everyone Over 55 Should Know
Whether you're trying to get a loan for your new mobile home or learn how to play chess, e-mail the grandchildren, or learn about the side effects of hormone replacement therapy, "1001 Things Everyone Over 55 Should Know" can help you. Topics include Lifestyle Information: leisure activities, travel options, suggestions for hobbies, lifelong learning, working for pay/pleasure, volunteering, glorious grandparenting, tips for safe living, crime prevention. Health information: nutrition and exercise, diseases, conditions, repairs, solutions and prevention. Money matters: social security, pensions, investments, taxes, bargains, credit insurance, health insurance, estate planning. Addresses and phone numbers of every organization that is mentioned are included for easy follow-up. A trade paperback original with hints and tips on everything from elderhostels to estate planning, "1001 Things Everyone Over 55 Should Know" is a fun, informative, affordable addition to every baby-boomer's library.
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