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"Honest Aging" by Dr. Rosanne M. Leipzig

From Dr. Rosanne M. Leipzig, a top doctor with more than 35 years of experience caring for older people, "Honest Aging" is an indispensable guide to the second half of life, describing what to expect physically, psychologically, functionally, and emotionally as you age.

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