by Marc E., M.D. Agronin
Hardcover, 302 pages, Perseus Books Group, List Price: $25 | purchase
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Drawing on personal experiences from his time as a doctor in a Miami nursing home and in-depth interviews with pioneers in the field, the author looks at how our bodies and brains age, and the way we understand aging today.
February 14, 2011 Late in life, mental health problems are often dismissed as inevitable signs of aging and decline. But in How We Age, geriatric psychiatrist Marc Agronin says doctors are giving up too easily on the psychological needs of seniors.
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