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Books

“BEING A TEEN”

“Being a Teen should be in the hands of every teen in the world. It is a myth-busting, fact-filled treasure full of life information all teens want and need to know.”
—Christiane Northrup, M.D., New York Times bestselling author of Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom

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Prime Time

“Prime Time Workouts”

Veteran actress, activist, and fitness fanatic Jane Fonda has released more than 20 exercise videos since 1982, making her a true inspiration for women everywhere. Recently, Fonda’s made a comeback with Prime Time, a series of workout DVDs for the older generation.
-SHAPE MAGAZINE

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Newsstand

“Jane Fonda’s Painful Childhood Inspires Her to Help Today’s Teens (VIDEO)”

After working with adolescents for more than 30 years, starting with a camp she founded and then working on behalf of various youth social causes, Jane Fonda considers herself a “lay expert” when it comes to teens and their questions about sexuality.

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Fonda Flashback

Vintage Blue! With the heart and soul of the Dodgers, Tommy Lasorda. I’m about to lead the Dodgers in a workout during Spring Training in Vero Beach, Florida

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Jane’s Blog

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LIVING WITH PARKINSON’S

Richard Perry, the man I live with, has Parkinson’s. He’s had it for over 10 years. He told me about it 4 and a half years ago on our first date. I knew it was a disease with no cure but he seemed so strong. He’s tall, well-built, athletic, despite the fact that childhood polio has left one leg without muscle from the knee down. I remember the first time I went to his house for dinner. I was on crutches because I’d had knee replacement surgery 10 days before. I looked at him walk and said, “wait a minute, I’m the one who’s suppose to be limping. What gives?” He laughed and told me about the polio. It’s a funny thing about Richard: He tends to laugh when confronted with challenges. He also said that he would lick the Parkinson’s. I said to myself, “No he won’t. There won’t be a cure in his lifetime.” But, Frankly, I didn’t pay it much heed. After all, it was just a date.…

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