A Taste of History

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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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Fraud Squad

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Stanley on the Go

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Alzheimer's Drugs In The Works Might Help Other Diseases, Too

Efforts to find a treatment for Alzheimer's disease have been disappointing so far. But there's a new generation of drugs in the works that researchers think might help not only Alzheimer's patients, but also people with Parkinson's disease and other brain disorders. 
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What Keeps Older Athletes Going?

Participants at July's National Senior Games share their motivations.
How can you be over the hill if you can still run up the hill? That’s the lesson we all can learn from George Etzweiler. Last month, Etzweiler, 95, became the oldest person to run up Mount Washington, the highest peak in the northeastern United States, in a daunting 7.6-mile uphill foot race called the Mount Washington Road Race.
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How a 40-Mile Bike Race Led to Self-Respect

I’ve made it off the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge in Staten Island, the climax of New York City’s 40-mile, 5 Boro Bike Tour. In the last six hours I’ve seen more of the city than I have in the 34 years I’ve lived here. After crossing the official finish line, I slow to a stop and take …

Why Our Culture Is Obsessed With Thinness

How important is body size to our sense of intrinsic worth? Consider this: A hospice chef in Wisconsin told a science journalist that many of the dying women who were still able to eat “refused bread, salad dressing, butter, chocolate, desserts and other ‘fattening’ foods.” You’re on your last lap, and you think it is …

Staying Engaged with Meaningful Work

New company offers to help you keep contributing

Busting the Myths About Work in Retirement

Merrill Lynch got a few surprises when it surveyed retirees

This Woman Is Tackling America’s Toughest Turnaround

In the spacious corner office on the 10th floor of the U.S. Postal Service headquarters in Washington, D.C. hangs a framed portrait of Benjamin Franklin, America’s first Postmaster General. His eyes appear to be fixed on the woman behind the desk, the first woman to occupy the office in 240 years. Megan Brennan, 52, not …

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