eBook Old and Smart: Women and Aging download
by Betty Nickerson
Author: Betty Nickerson
Publisher: All About Us Books; 1st ed edition (November 1, 1991)
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Category: Health and Diets
Subcategory: Womens Health
When it comes to aging, you just can't believe anyone under 60. She speaks frankly about children, lovers, food, drugs, grief, memory loss and money, in a way that's warm, reassuring, sensible, funny and very smart.
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Interesting and smart book on how the workplace will look in the very near-term future. The largest population group in America is aging into retirement years, what does that mean for the economy, the workplace and the next generations. Cash Nickerson asks probing questions and offers a conversation starter for employers, employees and the country. The book flows well and provides documentation and sources for further study at the end of each chapter. One person found this helpful.
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RR3 Yellow Point Road, Ladysmith, British Columbia. ISBN13: 9780919970083. Release Date: November 1991.
Portrait of beautiful woman with problem and clean skin, aging and youth concept, beauty treatment and lifting. Before and after concept. Youth, old age. Process of aging and rejuvenation.
Five women who've been best friends since high school continue to meet every . Keep Moving: and Other Tips and Truths About Aging by Dick Van Dyke.
Five women who've been best friends since high school continue to meet every month (even 30 years later), wearing the red hats and purple outfits of the Atlanta chapter of Ladies Who Lunch. This book is a Pulitzer Prize winner and the fourth and final novel in a series about the life of Harry "Rabbit" Angstrom, who critics have called "America's cloudy barometer.