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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Outlaw In-laws

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Outlaw In-Laws finds feuding families and brings in renowned relationship expert Ellie Tesher to get them back on track.

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CHILL FACTOR: 20 SUREFIRE WAYS TO CALM YOURSELF RIGHT NOW

From Purpl Clover.com
Is one of your New Year's goals to relax? The antidotes to stress are all around you, and they range from pets to pumpkin seeds.

THE UNDETECTED INFLUENCE OF GENERATION X

Overshadowed by the bigger boomer cohort, here's to the X factor
Look around. There’s probably a Gen X’er (born between 1965 to 1981), close to you. Not that you noticed. They’re normally known as the slackers, the latchkey kids, the middle-child generation. Caught between boomers and younger Millennials, Generation X is mainly known for being neglected and ignored.

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How to Thrive in Today’s Fast-Changing World

Those of us in middle age have felt the pace of our lives speed up as we’ve gotten older. But it wasn’t until I recently recorded my mother during her 94th birthday celebration that I appreciated just how concentrated the pace of change has been for someone in her 10th decade. “Everything changed so fast. But…

Why Dementia Rates in U.S. Are Dropping

News about Alzheimer’s and dementia is so often negative that when when we hear about an encouraging trend, it’s almost shocking. But that’s just what came out recently in a Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) study on dementia rates. The study looked at more than 10,500 adults in the United States aged 65…

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.…

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.…

‘Elder Orphans’ Have a Harder Time Aging in Place

Thriving in a place that’s safe and comfortable, surrounded by cozy memories, is a natural desire of older adults. We treasure independence and want a space to call our own, and we prefer that place to reflect the person we’ve become. We understand that aging bids compromise, and once 65 hits, the changes bring reminders…

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