What is it that makes some people look and feel much younger than their true age? In the course of this first-ever properly researched look at the 'superyoung' phenomenon, the authors may well have hit the nail on the head. A fascinating insight into the factors which halt the ageing process, this book also gives you the practical advice to help you to stay young yourself. Discover: what effect exercise has; whether HRT helps; what the best diet to rejuvenate you is; and, how much difference a positive outlook makes. Here at last is the real evidence for what will keep you forever young.
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Dr David Weeks is Head of Old Age Psychology at the Royal Edinburgh Hospital and a Fellow of the University of Edinburgh. He began his research into the superyoung in 1988. He has appeared on television in numerous documentary films, health education films, and chat shows. He writes regularly on popular psychology for the Sunday Times magazine and for several years had a weekly column in The Scotsman. In collaboration with Jamie James, he wrote Eccentrics, published in 1995
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Book Description Coronet Books, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110340682345