Quick, Answer Me Before I Forget the Question: 100 Answers You're Old Enough to Hear

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Penguin, Dec 18, 2007 - Self-Help - 304 pages
Just for fun is this wonderful little book for anyone harassed by those inevitable signs of aging, e.g., short-term memory loss and income strategies for retirement. In this everything-you-wish-you-didn't-need-to-know guidebook, Padwa (Say the Magic Words: How To Get What You Want from the People Who Have What You Need) discusses midlifers' sense of smell, income possibilities, and retirement havens. She also tackles such issues as ridding oneself of debt and the safety of dying pubic hair. Sure to attract attention and readership; recommended for all public libraries.
 

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Which drinks and foods have the most caffeine?
Can dyeing my hair cause cancer? Are natural hair dyes safer than
What is probate?
What isa livingwill? What is powerof attorney? What is disability insurance and who needs
Why do women sprayontoo much scentasthey getolder? Why do aromas trigger emotions?
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Lynette Padwa is the author of Everything You Pretend to Know and Are Afraid Someone Will Ask and the coauthor of several other books. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and son.

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