HOW TO BE 30 FOR 40 YEARS by Molly Castle

HOW TO BE 30 FOR 40 YEARS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A catchy title for some chatty advice, addressed primarily to women, is based on the combined experience of two nutrition and two physical culture experts, two psychiatrists, and one orthopedic surgeon. With some opening remarks on your biological age and your psychological attitude toward it, this goes on to emphasize the importance of posture, correct food habits, exercise, the care of your skin, hair, eyes (glasses which can be cosmetic) and feet (shoes which have been too cosmetic), the voice, fatigue and proper sleep habits (the tension generated is worse than the sleeplessness), and- most important of all- the preservation of your husband.... Popular rehabilitation which provides a few new directives- and directions- for a time when you can still stay young gracefully.

Pub Date: Feb. 26th, 1961
Publisher: Dodd, Mead