Sunday, 20 October 2013

For Women 50 and Over: How to Stay Healthier and Live Longer

Strategies for greater protection against age-related illnesses.

Give your body and mind the attention they need and deserve.

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October 20, 2013

Special Announcement Harvard Medical School
 

If you are determined to live life’s next chapter to the fullest, this is the report
you should read today!

Learn the smart, sensible, and achievable steps you can take right now to ensure a healthier and longer life!

A Guide to Women's Health Fifty and Forward
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Dear friend,

As a health-conscious woman, you know that the moves you make and the measures you take matter. You can control many things to keep yourself healthy and vital.

Women’s Health: Fifty and Forward, a Special Health Report from Harvard Medical School, presents clear strategies for giving yourself greater protection against age-related illnesses. It shows you how to minimize potentially disabling disorders; how to boost your physical, mental, and sexual energy; and how to fortify your ability to remain active, alert, involved, and independent.

The report distills today's latest medical findings into practical recommendations that you can incorporate into your daily life to give your body and mind the attention they need and deserve.

You’ll be briefed on seven ways to reduce your risk of heart disease, the surprising (and avoidable) lung cancer risk factor that has nothing to do with smoking, effective approaches for overcoming depression and anxiety, and a daily habit that lessens the risk of breast cancer and Alzheimer’s disease.

Women’s Health: Fifty and Forward shows how you can manage, treat, and even prevent conditions that can rob you of enjoyment and participation in life’s events. You’ll read about advances in diagnosing and controlling osteoporosis. You’ll find out how to detect and treat an underactive thyroid, how to reduce the aches of arthritis, the most helpful treatments for vaginal pain, the safest techniques for reducing wrinkles, and tips for keeping your skin soft, your mind sharp, and your spirits high.

Plus, a special section, 10 Steps to a Longer and Healthier Life, details the ten things a woman can — and should — do to feel strong and healthy for the second half of her life. Here you'll learn about the best diet and exercise regimens, ways to improve sleep, techniques to reduce stress, the screenings and vaccinations you should have (and those you can skip), dietary supplements to consider taking, and more.

Invest in yourself. Send for your copy of this Special Health Report today!

To your good health,

Celeste Robb-Nicholson, M.D.
Medical Editor, Women’s Health: Fifty and Forward
Associate Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School
Associate Chief, General Internal Medicine Unit, Massachusetts General Hospital

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