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The Healthy Boomer: A No-Nonsense Guide to Midlife Health for Women and Men

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Type of Resource: Book
Source: Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1999
Author: by Peggy Edwards, Miroslava Lhotsky, M.D., and Judy Turner, Ph.D
 

Midlife Passages

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 The Institute of Endocrinology and Reproductive and Reproductive Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia: "This Web Site is dedicated to issues affecting the health of mid life men and women including preventative health care, nutrition, menopause, and the relationships between common medical problems and menopause. We discuss gynecological problems including the use of hormones and surgery. Alternatives to hysterectomy are presented. Male menopause is discussed. We present topics related to endocrinology such as PMS, problems with hair growth and acne.

Men's Health Resources (sponsored by the U.S. Government)

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 This section of the Healthfinder site features selected links to health resources on topics of special interest to men: baldness, fatherhood, prostate problems, and many more. The News links features sites of interest to men (including sports medicine, STD prevention, tobacco information). Smart choices offers information on reproductive health, nutrition, and other health-related issues. Under tools for you, you'll find a medical dictionary, a men's health network, and a glossary of terms for prostate cancer patients.

Midlife Health for Women and Men

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A. Introduction

B. The Midlife Passage

C. How to Die Young... But As Late As Possible

D. An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure

E. Looking Ahead

Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario

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Provincial Headquarters of the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario

1920 Yonge St, 4th Floor, Toronto, Ontario M4S 3E2.
(416) 489-7100. Toll free: 1-888-473-4636.
[email protected]
 

Heart Health Resource Centre (HHRC)

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c/o Ontario Public Health Association

468 Queen Street East, Ste. 202

Toronto, Ontario M5H 1T7
(416) 367-3313 ext.32 Fax: (416) 367-2844
[email protected]
 

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