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Retirement Resources (Part 4) How Will I Stay Healthy?

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How will I stay healthy and active in retirement?

The library has the following resources to help you maintain vigor and health throughout your retirement years. They contain a wealth of tips to help you achieve your best physical and mental health during retirement.

I would like to dedicate this series of articles on retirement to Harold Ferguson who retired from the Upper Arlington Public Library this month. He has been a welcoming presence at the Circulation Desk for many years. He has earned a fulfilling, healthful and comfortable retirement.

Databases/Indexes

  • AltHealthWatch – articles from reliable journals on topics related to complementary, holistic or integrated medicine
  • Consumer Health Complete – articles from a wide variety of journals, magazines, books, pamphlets, images and videos

Books

Reference Resources

Local Resources

Websites

 

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Recipes for Everyone

Megan's picture

Living Without Cover ImageAre you looking for recipes that are sensitive to dietary restrictions? The UAPL has many resources for cooking up tasty allergy-free, milk-free, gluten-free, kosher, vegan, or vegetarian meals. In addition to our many cookbooks, check out some seasonal magazines in the Reference Department:

Or, if you prefer, check out a recipe search, like the Epicurious Advanced Search. This will allow you to select a particular dietary consideration, like “vegetarian” or exclude any results that have nuts, shellfish, or more.

Good luck, and have a delicious holiday!

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