Laugh and Live: Advice for Aging Boomers (7/14)

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This is a book doctors might want to have in their reception areas. Recommended by a gynecologist (who is selling it in her office!) and a psychologist, it is a humorous look at the signs of aging we Boomers would like to disregard. It even includes some common sense advice.  

Do all your friends have joint replacements? Do your doctors seem to be children? Are you always running late? Attending funerals? Being called Sweetie by young waitresses? Then, get ready for a laugh at your own expense and live to enjoy many more years of wisdom!

Contributor: Lenore Hirsch from Laughing Oak

Written by Ben Skute

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