To Not Fade Away

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STILL ALICE author Lisa Genova explores the research behind her ground breaking novel. Meet a real life ‘Alice;” a woman diagnosed with Alzheimer’s at age 45.

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Fraud Squad

Tonight at 8pm ET

Fraud Squad profiles both the swindlers and their unsuspecting victims while educating you on how to stay one step ahead of the game.

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Stanley on the Go

Stanley says "it's not about where you're going but how you get there that matters." Here's his top 10 list of ways to travel in any country.

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‘GET INSPIRED’ THIS WEEK AND NEXT ON RLTV

RLTV, the only cable network and online destination for Generation 50+, wants everyone to ‘Get Inspired’ with the television premiere of the documentary film Conquering Kilimanjaro on Thursday, September 10 (8:30 PM ET). Produced by Bolder Broadcasting (the team behind Growing Bolder), Conquering Kilimanjaro is an original documentary film about the “Survivor Summit” team of cancer survivors and cancer community advocates as they climb one of the world’s greatest mountains.

ARE YOU AT RISK FOR KIDNEY DISEASE?

If you wait to experience symptoms, it may be too late
Kidney disease has an infamous reputation for sneaking up on us with very little warning. Twenty-six million American adults have kidney disease and most of them don’t know it. In its early stages, the disease has no symptoms. I was fortunate enough to get my kidney disease diagnosed early, which is the first step in halting its progression. Stopping it in its tracks also lowers your risk for heart disease and stroke.

Articles and Blogs

Over 55 and Overqualified: Advice for Older Job Hunters

I recently received this email from a woman named Patricia, age 64 (she asked that I not use her last name): “Who Am I? I ask myself that question every day. I’ve been labeled “long-term unemployed,” “99er” [a 99er is someone whose federal unemployment benefits ran out — after 99 weeks], “couch potato”, etc. I’ve been …

How to Remodel Your Bathroom for Now and the Future

You’re planning a bathroom remodel. Exciting! It’s time to talk about flooring and finishes, light fixtures and storage space. Oh, yeah, and walkers, slips and broken hips! Wait. What?! We know, we know, that’s not you. It may never be you. But the truth is: Thinking about some of the challenges of aging as you …

How Successful Women Make the Most of Their Time

The stressed-out, hair-pulling, kitchen-disaster, screaming-children, sleep-deprived but otherwise successful professional working mom has ventured into trope territory. If you’ve seen the I Don’t Know How She Does It film or read the Allison Pearson novel, you know. But Laura Vanderkam, author of the new time-management book for women, I Know How She Does It  (see …

How This Man Started a Passion-Based Nonprofit

When David Schweidenback was in Ecuador as a Peace Corps volunteer in the 1970s, he noticed that everyone walked everywhere, except for his landlord — he had a bicycle. With that bike, he got more accomplished in a day than anyone else. Schweidenback returned to the U.S. and didn’t think much more about bikes and …

5 Lessons for When Your Elderly Parent Is Dying

Much has been written about caring for aging parents, but too little advice is available about what to expect when your parent is dying. Bart Astor, author of Baby Boomer’s Guide to Caring for Aging Parents, and Debra Englander, a personal finance writer and editor, recently talked about the experiences they had when their aging …

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