Successful Aging: Integrating Contemporary Ideas, Research

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Aging is a result of excess accumulation of free radicals in the body. Toward a theory of religion: Religious commitment. Despite his ambivalence between theoretical and practical pluralism, Habermas has given good reasons to accept the practical and pluralist approach. Alzheimers Disease Journal, Anaplastology Journal, Applied Rehabilitation Psychology Journal, Gerontology Journal, Palliative Care Journal, Research on Aging, International Journal of Aging and Human Development, Advances in Aging Research, Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, Journal of Aging Studies, Experimental Aging Research, Aging Male.

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Publisher: Charles C Thomas Pub Ltd (May 2001)

ISBN: 0398071683

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