Aging for beginners : getting older in today's world : what it means for you / Doug Wilson.

By: Wilson, Doug [author.]
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Auckland, New Zealand : Plus One, 2018Copyright date: ©2018Edition: New Zealand editionDescription: 264 pages : colour illustrations ; 24 cmISBN: 9780995103221Subject(s): Older people -- Health and hygiene | Aging | Aging -- Physiological aspects | Aging -- Psychological aspects | Retirement income -- New Zealand -- PlanningSummary: Doug Wilson worked as a medical and scientific consultant in Saudi Arabia and the United States, before moving to Taupo 15 years ago. Heading up major research and development groups, Wilson worked on a range of drugs to treat cancer, lung disease, depression, HIV, stroke, heart attacks and high blood pressure. The book brings together research from a range of disciplines. Chapters cover topics like "Obesity and Type-3 diabetes", "Arthritis, Instability and Falling", "Exercise and Living Longer", "Head Stuff", "Vitamins, Minerals and Anti-oxidants – the supplement bandwagon", and "Adjusting for the Over-65s – the Social and Financial Impacts".
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 252-258)

Doug Wilson worked as a medical and scientific consultant in Saudi Arabia and the United States, before moving to Taupo 15 years ago. Heading up major research and development groups, Wilson worked on a range of drugs to treat cancer, lung disease, depression, HIV, stroke, heart attacks and high blood pressure. The book brings together research from a range of disciplines. Chapters cover topics like "Obesity and Type-3 diabetes", "Arthritis, Instability and Falling", "Exercise and Living Longer", "Head Stuff", "Vitamins, Minerals and Anti-oxidants – the supplement bandwagon", and "Adjusting for the Over-65s – the Social and Financial Impacts".

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