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The New Middle Ages: Dr. Jean Marmoreo on Mid-life Women by Jean Marmoreo

The New Middle Ages: Dr. Jean Marmoreo on Mid-life Women by Jean Marmoreo

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Author
Jean Marmoreo
Publisher
Penguin / Putnam
Date of release
Pages
224
ISBN
9780130663832
Binding
Paperback
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Dr. Jean Marmoreo writes from the trenches of mid-life, behind the closed doors of the examining room where women tell the real story. It's a place where penetrating observations are made and theories are tested against reality each and every day. In The New Middle Ages Dr. Marmoreo addresses women's mid-life concerns from a unique perspective—that of a physician who knows their histories, hears their stories, and understands their fears and dreams like no one else.

The New Middle Ages is grounded in the stories of mid-life women, but filled with sound, practical medical advice from a good authority. A new middle-age woman is emerging.

What's inside:

  • Physiological issues brought on by menopause
  • Recharging a mid-life woman's sexual drive
  • What women want to know about taking care of their heart and bones
  • Stress and coping as mid-life women fulfill many roles—from taking care of children to taking care of elderly parents, careers, second marriages, and more

"The column [Middle Ages] is a huge success...can't imagine anyone else writing it!"
—National Post


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