A Woman's Guide to Staying Healthy Through Her 30s by Theresa Francis-Cheung

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The big "3-0" often leaves women less than thrilled with the changes that will inevitably occur to their bodies over the ensuing decade. Cheung shows how to take control and slow down the body clock by: - Creating a battle plan against ageing through skin care, diet, and exercise - Reassessing goals, relationships and priorities - Understanding hormonal changes, and much, much morel

About Theresa Francis-Cheung

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Theresa Cheung writes full time and is the author of twelve self-help and psychology books, including Worry: The Root of All Evil, Men and Depressions: Helping Him, Helping You, and The Lazy Person's Guide to Stress. She's contributed to Red, Prima, and She, and her work has been reviewed in Kirkus Reviews and Publishers Weekly. She lives in the UK.
Published December 1, 2001 by Adams Media Corporation. 336 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction

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This sensitive guide to maintaining physical and emotional well-being by an English health writer and fitness instructor (Androgen Disorders in Women) is aimed at

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