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A Taste of History
New England Broil

Chef Walter Staib begins preparing a classical New England broil dinner and teaches the viewer about its historical origin.

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LESSONS LEARNED FROM 5 MONTHS AS A NOMAD

His takeaways after selling everything at 58 and hitting the road
As boomers, quite a few of us had the fantasy when we were in high school or college of getting in a VW van with our friends and hitting the road for parts unknown or taking a year off to travel. What adventures we would have!

WHAT LONELINESS IS DOING TO YOUR HEART

As social creatures, we suffer when cut off from one another
You may have heard that loneliness is hazardous to your health — and can even lead to an early death. Now, an analysis of 23 scientific studies gives us numbers that reveal just how sick it can really make you..

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Meditation for People Who Think They Can’t Meditate

If you’re harried and distracted, meditation can help calm your mind and body. But that’s the rub. Some say they’re so harried and distracted that they can’t possibly meditate to quiet the mind, regain focus and ease anxiety. Within moments, they’re ruminating on the noise of extraneous thoughts or uncompleted daily to-do lists. “Too many…

7 Small Diet Changes to Make You Healthier Than Ever

For most of us, it’s a lot easier to swap in one small good-for-you habit on occasion than completely overhaul the way we eat. Based on recent research, any or all of the following seven strategies will help do just that, to reshape the food choices you make on a daily basis. So before you…

Why Snoring Gets Worse with Age and What You Can Do About It

“Laugh and the world laughs with you, snore and you sleep alone,” British novelist Anthony Burgess reportedly said. Who hasn’t either been robbed of a night of peaceful sleep or been banished to another room because of snoring? It is one of the most common sleep problems, at least occasionally affecting about 90 million Americans,…

Celebrate Life’s Newest Stage: Middlescence

Let’s face it: no one looks forward to being in midlife. It’s a no man’s (and no woman’s) land where you feel unsure about your place in the grand scheme of things. You’re not young, but you certainly aren’t old. Your relationships are likely to be changing; your body is morphing in mysterious and challenging…

Why Older Adults Are So Susceptible to Financial Fraud

Innovations in technology, medicine and public health have resulted in longer life spans for Americans. In 1950, the average American could only expect to live to age 68; the average has since jumped to 78. Longer life spans have led to a burgeoning older adult population, in sheer numbers as well as in percentage of…

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