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MARIE OSMOND’S SERIES ‘MARIE!’ JOINS RLTV LINE-UP

Starting this week, Marie! airs weekdays on RLTV at 2:00PM ET. Hosted by Marie Osmond, Marie! is an inspirational talk-show series that helps people make a difference in their own lives. Marie's celebrity guests participate in discussions on lifestyle tips and trends, and socially important issues.

10 ‘HEALTHY’ FOODS THAT CAN SABOTAGE WEIGHT LOSS

If you are choosing these items over others, take a closer look
?The older you get, the trickier it is to shed weight, even when you’re cleaning up eating habits and focusing on healthier food choices. Why won’t the scale budge? We asked dietitians from three of the country’s most highly respected weight loss centers to share 10 seemingly “healthy” foods that frequently sabotage dieting efforts for middle-aged weight watchers.

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Study Shows Youth Isn’t the Key to Making a Mark

A fascinating study in the journal Science, reported in The New York Times, has disproved the popular myth that the greatest achievements in work are made because their initiators are young. No, the researchers say, it’s really all about The Q Factor. In their article, “Quantifying the Evolution of Individual Scientific Impact,” five researchers from Northeastern…

5 Tips to Eat Your Way to a Better Mood

Grumpy and out of sorts on occasion? It’s possible that everything you munch and nibble throughout the day could be a culprit. Studies confirm that food choices directly influence body chemistry affecting things like blood sugar and levels of mood-influencing chemicals in the brain, both of which can impact the overall way you feel. Want…

Why You Need to Manage Your Retirement Expectations

After you decide to retire, the last few months on your job is a time to prepare. If you’re looking forward to it, this would be a time to indulge in dreams about freedom from responsibilities and time to pursue new things. On the other hand, if you dread the prospect of leaving your job,…

Exercise Linked to Lower Risk of 13 Cancers

Research has long shown that physical activity is an important part of living a long and healthy life by lowering the risk of certain diseases, including more common cancers. Now, a new study has gotten a lot more specific, linking moderate exercise with a lowered risk for getting 13 types of cancer, many of which…

She Says: It’s Time to Disrupt Substitute Teaching

Substitute teaching. Admit it, when you see those words, your mind goes to spitballs, pranks and all sorts of disruption. Well, social entrepreneur Jill Vialet has a very different type of disruption in mind for substitutes: She wants to disrupt the whole idea of substitute teaching. She calls it “a big problem hiding in plain…

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