The New Ourselves, Growing Older: Women Aging with Knowledge and Power
Following in the ground-breaking tradition of "Our Bodies, Ourselves," Paula B. Doress-Worters and Diana Laskin Siegal address the needs of the growing number of women over the age of forty. This new and revised edition of the bestselling "Ourselves, Growing Older" includes new chapters on menopause and reform of the medical care system as well as extensive updates on housing issues, HIV/AIDS, cosmetic surgery, and breast cancer.
"The New Ourselves, Growing Older" takes a positive, empowering approach to the physical and emotional health and social welt-being of midlife and older women by providing frank and complete information on personal health.
Emphasizing the positive potential of the second half of life, this book focuses on a vast array of topics, including:
* Aging and Well-Being
Drawing on the experiences of scores of women from every walk of life, "The New Ourselves, Growing Older" not only draws on the work of experts but also listens to the voices of women themselves. The result is a document of unique power -- a guide to health and living that is authoritative, reassuring and sympathetic.
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Later life is a time of challenge and opportunity for women. Although they have an average life expectancy of almost 80 years, women often face chronic health and financial problems, caregiving ... Read full review
aging and Wellbeing
Habits Worth Changing
Our Looks and Our Lives
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