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How a Man Ages af Curtis Pesmen
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How a Man Ages (udgave 1984)

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Looking Better, Staying Healthy, and Keeping Fit As the years march on, what changes lie ahead for you? What will happen to your body? What will you experience mentally, emotionally, sexually? As a member of the first generation to make exercise, nutrition, and fitness real priorities, how can you ensure your health through your thirties, forties, fifties, sixties, and beyond? How A Man Ages is an upbeat, informative, and thoroughly helpful book from the editors of Esquire, one of the nation's leading men's magazines. It combines the most up-to-date medical findings with advice from leading experts. It provides practical advice on everything from your skin and hair to your heart, lungs, and muscles. It is a guide you will use for the rest of your long and productive life. An upbeat, informative, and thoroughly helpful book from the editors of ESQUIRE, one of the nation's leading men's magazines. The book combines the most up-to-date medical findings with advice from leading experts on how to live a full and healthy life -- physically and mentally.… (mere)
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Titel:How a Man Ages
Forfattere:Curtis Pesmen (Forfatter)
Info:Ballantine Books (1984), Edition: Reissue, 226 pages
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Looking Better, Staying Healthy, and Keeping Fit As the years march on, what changes lie ahead for you? What will happen to your body? What will you experience mentally, emotionally, sexually? As a member of the first generation to make exercise, nutrition, and fitness real priorities, how can you ensure your health through your thirties, forties, fifties, sixties, and beyond? How A Man Ages is an upbeat, informative, and thoroughly helpful book from the editors of Esquire, one of the nation's leading men's magazines. It combines the most up-to-date medical findings with advice from leading experts. It provides practical advice on everything from your skin and hair to your heart, lungs, and muscles. It is a guide you will use for the rest of your long and productive life. An upbeat, informative, and thoroughly helpful book from the editors of ESQUIRE, one of the nation's leading men's magazines. The book combines the most up-to-date medical findings with advice from leading experts on how to live a full and healthy life -- physically and mentally.

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