Doctors need to recognize what it means to have a weakened immune system. I was recently hospitalized for a serious drug interaction and the symptoms mimic a heart attack....which I did not have. I was put on serious drugs which put me back in the hospital several times, I could not work,eat or stand. My own internist rolled his eyes at me when I told him about my immune system....It runs in my family....The drug companies recognize this.. Doctors do not belive it....WHY.
I cannot tell you how much I have enjoyed "More" over approximately the last five years. In fact, for several years, I gave subscriptions to my friends. I decided not to renew my subscription this year because I do not feel that it addresses those of us that are 60+. I turned 60 this year. I really wish that the magazine could make some changes to address this issue. Many of us that are baby boomers would love to have "More" address our needs and beauty issues also. I am certainly not a magazine editor, but would love to make suggestions should you be interested. Thanks in advance for reading my email.
Dear Ms Seymour,
After reading the Dec-Jan issue of MORE I just wanted to write and thank you for this incredible magazine.
I am sixty four years old and deeply appreciate the thought and consideration that has gone into every page of this publication! Finally a magazine that is truly sensitive to the interests of women my age!
Perhaps we are more mature and "seasoned" but I personally feel a bit excluded when I see beauty tips for women in their 20s, 30s, 40s and 50s and then the article ends! No tips, advice or even comments on our generation! How very sad….. We are still here, still vibrant, still active, still valuable and still striving to be our best no matter what age!
Thank you for remembering us…
Hello More Staff,
I am a newer subscriber who bought my subscription simply because I was hoping to win the Publishers Clearance House prize money. Now, I am hooked on your mag. November's piece about domestic violence made me cry with familiarity, and October's piece about the women conductor inspired me. I find that as I read from cover to cover, I always think of a friend or relative who could benefit from one or more articles (Career Comeback at Any Age). What troubles me though, is that your covers promote beauty and anti aging articles over articles of real value that are tucked inside. If I saw this on the rack while paying for groceries, I wouldn't pick it up. Please consider changing your covers so that the life-changing info inside is more obvious to potential readers.
Ok More magazine...I was an early subscriber and I thought you would stick by me. I'm 67, a lawyer, still working full time, still blonde, and you have abandoned me. Usually you would have some cover headline about "how to be gorgeous in your 30's, 40's and 50's" and then include us 60's inside. This month you have officially left us out. What gives? Hasn't anyone told you 60 is the new 40?
Thank you for the quotation from Diana Nyad on page 21. Do you know who she is? Her story? If so - why isn't she on the cover? She is the most phenomenal woman - of any age- and she gets such minimal coverage. Is she too old?? I don't understand. Perhaps it is not too late to give her the coverage that is appropriate. She is a true inspiration - to women of every age!