Great Age Guide to Online Health and Wellness

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Pearson Education, May 11, 2006 - Health & Fitness - 288 pages

Que's Great Age Guides celebrate the vital role and lifestyle of today's young, active 50+ adults. Most well-known "middle-aged" people of sixty-five or seventy would have you believe that Great Age is so wonderful that all the years leading up to it are a waste of time! People in this great age are transforming retirement's traditional laid-back "golden years" in pure platinum. Great Ager's break retirement tradition by working well past typical retirement age, not only by need, but also by the desire to remain productive members of society.

The Great Age Guide to Online Health and Wellness is written specifically for those adults 50+ living with and using their computers and the Internet to help take better care of themselves. You'll get information on such things as living wills, the pros and cons to buying drugs outside the country, nutrition, supplements and vitamins, drug interactions, evaluating medical Web sites, finding support groups and more.


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Technology to the Rescue 2 Looking Younger 3 Feeling Younger 4 Preparing For Your Doctor Visit
Sandy Berger nationally respected computer authority journalist
Feeling Younger
Preparing for Your Doctor Visit
Researching Health Concerns Online
Mens and Womens Health Issues
Sandys Summary
Finding Others Like
Improving Your Medication Awareness Online
Your Personal Medical Records
Unconventional Healthcare Options
HighTech Medicine

Finding DiseaseSpecific Information Online
Mens and Womens Unique Health Issues

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Sandy Berger is seen and heard everywhere these days: in her Compu-KISS newsletter, on her radio program, in her newspaper column, in her three books, and on the Internet and by fans from around the globe. And although she is the host of the Computers and Technology section of the AARP web site, a far broader age group seeks her opinions. It's the universal appeal that put Sandy in Parade Magazine and on the Today Show. Dubbed "the Martha Stewart of e-learning," Sandy is knowledgeable, likable, and has a way with people. The New York Times placed her in the top five most influential people in e-learning.

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