Midlife Man: A Not-So-Threatening Guide to Health and Sex for Man at His Peak

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Greystone Books, 2007 - Health & Fitness - 232 pages
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In this expanded, updated edition of his bestseller, Dr. Art Hister discusses a wide range of issues affecting the “midlife man.” Drawing on alternative therapies, scientific research, and his own years as a physician, Hister discusses such topics as male menopause, hair loss, and that expanding waistline. A new chapter covers psychological issues, and throughout the book there is new, up-to-date info on the most current approaches to joint ailments, diets, cosmetic surgery, erectile dysfunction, and other sexual problems. Written with the author’s trademark humor, Midlife Man is ideal for male boomers who want to live longer and age well.

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About the author (2007)

Art Hister is a family physician and the author of Dr. Art Hister’s Guide to Living a Long and Healthy Life. He has written for many publications, including Reader’s Digest, the Medical Post, the Vancouver Sun, The Globe and Mail, and Western Living. He currently hosts the national radio show House Calls with Dr. Art Hister. He lives in Vancouver, British Columbia.

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