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A Taste of History

Tuesday at 8:00pm ET

Step back in time with Chef Walter Staib and
A Taste of History. From Berlin to Baltimore explore old world cuisine in a new world way. New episodes start Wednesday!

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WHY 3 CAREER FAILURES WERE GOOD FOR ME

Lessons learned, plus rules for making a career pivot
There’s a gripping moment in Apollo 13 where Gene Kranz is telling his Houston team that they have to figure out a way to bring the crew back, and he barks "Failure is not an option!"

LEGENDS OF THE PHOTO BOOTH

Candid and spontaneous self-portraits of celebrities ranging from Audrey Hepburn to Elvis Presley.

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Ex ‘Health-Food Hustler’ Exposes Dark Side of Industry

It seems like hardly a week goes by without a book landing in my mailbox on the latest weight-loss advice, the newest and (supposedly) best diet, the supplements you need to take, the uber-cleanse guaranteed to detoxify you or the recipes that will change your life. But I’m skeptical. So when I received Jeff Scot…

Are Your Parents Falling for the Financial Independence Myth?

If you have parents in their 70s or 80s, there’s a good chance they believe a common money myth that could be dangerous for them — and for you. Fidelity calls it “The Independence Myth” in a study, with a warning to boomers and Gen X’ers. “The Independence Myth boils down to the idea that as…

Medical Marijuana Use Drops for Those 65 and Older

For older adults exploring the new world of medical marijuana, age 65 seems to be a tipping point. Those under that age use the drug for medical purposes at largely the rates of other adults. Usage among people over 65 appears to drop significantly, though, perhaps because of the culture in which they came of age.

Does It Pay to Return to Work to Boost Future Social Security Benefits?

(Boston University economist Larry Kotlikoff has been answering questions about claiming Social Security benefits for years, for PBS and Next Avenue. The book he co-authored, Get What’s Yours: The Secrets to Maxing Out Your Social Security, was a New York Times bestseller. He is also the developer of  Maximizemysocialsecurity.com, a Social Security benefit maximization tool.…

Why Dementia Rates in U.S. Are Dropping

News about Alzheimer’s and dementia is so often negative that when when we hear about an encouraging trend, it’s almost shocking. But that’s just what came out recently in a Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) study on dementia rates. The study looked at more than 10,500 adults in the United States aged 65…

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