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Need a way to sand the nooks and crannies of your latest furniture refinish? Ron reaches into his toolbag demonstrating that a simple piece of jute twine does the job perfectly.

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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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How to Talk With Your Millennial Kids About Work

Here’s a suggestion for boomer and Gen X parents struggling to get their Millennial kids to engage in conversation with them: Ask them about their work. The trick is, however, knowing how to do it — and how not to. As the mother of two grown sons, I can attest that asking, “How’s work going?”…

Digging for Dinosaurs in Retirement

As a young boy, Tom Lawrence was fascinated with dinosaurs and dreamed of becoming a paleontologist. Life had other things in store. But now, at 69, Lawrence drives each week to a building marked “Dinosaur Journey” in Fruita, Colo., walks into a laboratory and helps prepare 152-million-year-old dinosaur fossils. He’s been doing it since 2010.…

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.…

6 Things You Didn’t Know About Muscles and Aging

We often rely on age to tell us about ourselves. We consider ourselves physically stronger and more vibrant earlier in life. Medical professionals use age to determine risk for certain diseases, often attributing older age to higher risk. But new research is showing that a person’s biological age is not the key to determining their…

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…

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