1,003 Ways to Stay Young

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, Mar 1, 2007 - Health & Fitness - 320 pages
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Hodgman . . . [brings her] signature quirky but acceptably outrageous perspective to contemporary American lifestyles and customs." -The Oklahoman

* Keep those AARP cards at home, avoid three-way mirrors like the plague, and for goodness' sake, no more groaning.

* Extend that youthful longevity with the tenth title in the successful 1,003 series.

BOTOX, laser-peels, antiwrinkle creams-an estimated 90 million Americans over the age of 45 are looking for the fountain of youth wherever they can find it. Ann Hodgman offers 1,003 youthful approaches to turn back the hands of time, including:

* It's never too late to start using sunscreen. And, if it is too late for that, it's really never too late to get a peel.

* Never admit you don't know how to use your iPod.

* Keep the news that you take Lipitor to yourself.

* "I refuse to admit that I am more than 52, even if that makes my children illegitimate." -Lady Nancy Astor

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About the author (2007)

Lisa Birnbach is a television commentator and the author of the wildly successful Official Preppy Handbook. She is a Parade magazine contributing editor and the mother of (at least) three children. Ann Hodgman has written more than 43 books, including My Babysitter Is a Vampire series and One Bite Won't Kill You. Her essays have appeared in Best American Essays and Best Food Writing. Patricia Marx, a television screenwriter for shows such as Saturday Night Live, is the author of How to Regain Your Virginity and Meet My Staff.

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