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.
- 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
- Life’s Little Emergencies by Rod Brouhard (2012)
- Live Longer, Live Younger Design Your Personal Plan for a Long and Healthy Life by Dr. Rajendra Sharma (2014)
- Longevity Kitchen Satisfying, Big-Flavor Recipes Featuring the Top 16 Age-Busting Power Foods by Rebecca Katz (2013)
- Man’s Guide to Healthy Aging Stay Smart, Strong, and Active by Edward H. Thompson, Jr. (2013)
- Short Guide to a Long Life by David Agus (2014)
- Taking Charge of Your Health a Guide to Getting the Best Health Care as You Age by John R. Burton (2010)
- Thirty Days to a Better Brain a Groundbreaking Program for Improving Your Memory, Concentration, Mood, and Overall Well-Being by Richard Carmona (2014)
- Gale Encyclopedia of Diets a Guide to Health and Nutrition
- Gale Encyclopedia of Fitness
- Gale Encyclopedia of Medicine
- Gale Encyclopedia of Surgery and Medical Tests
- City of Upper Arlington, Parks and Recreation Department, Activity Guide, Fall 2014
- City of Upper Arlington, Senior Center, Resource Directory, 2014-2016
- Beers Criteria for Potentially Inappropriate Medication Use in Older Adults
- MedlinePlus – authoritative medical information for the non-professional from the National Library of Health, National Institutes of Health