Life is an ongoing, continuous experience. What we are and how we develop in later life is not fixed-good health is not an accident. It requires our active participation. Aging is inevitable, but how we age is not. We have the power to manage our aging process. It begins with discovery-getting real answers to our specific health concerns. Wellness is defined as our overall good health, and the condition sustained by healthy eating and fitness habits. Fitness is being able to deal with the daily stresses of life, have good physical and mental health, especially when maintained by proper diet, exercise, and habits. Wellness and fitness are totally different conditions. Successful aging consists of three components: (1) low probability of disease or disability, (2) high cognitive and physical function capacity, and (3) active engagement with life.
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About the Author
Barry Klein founded Todd Publications in 1973 after graduating from New York University with a B.S. from the Stern Business School. He has been an author and publisher of reference books for more than thirty-five years and remains actively involved in book creation, research, editing, production, and marketing. His major works include the Reference Encyclopedia of the American Indian, Indian Country Address Book, Native American Internet Guide, the Insider's Guide to Credit Cards, and the Guide to American Educational Directories.