AARP Presents Movies For Grownups

Tonight at 8pm ET

Get an inside look at the films you love with AARP Entertainment editor Bill Newcott.

RLTV's Heart Healthy Recipes

This month we’re dishing out recipes that are perfect for a light meal or a romantic dinner.

A Taste of History

Saturday at 8:00pm ET

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.

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RLTV ALL Heart Marathon

This February RLTV is All Heart with shows to make you healthy and happy. From finding the right diet to achieving the perfect workout we've got the inspiration and experience to help you.

RLTV News

HOW COUPLES SHOULD CHOOSE WHERE TO RETIRE

This globetrotting pair offers advice based on their own experience
So you and your spouse have decided to retire. At some point, you’ll need to figure out where you’d like to live. We’re here to help. We took early retirement at 38 in 1991 and our perpetual gypsy life has let us enjoy living in scores of countries around the world since then (we blog about this on Retireearlylifestyle.com). So we want to offer our insights to help place you on the right path for finding the best location for your needs.

RLTV IS ‘ALL HEART’ THIS FEBRUARY

RLTV is “All Heart” this February to celebrate American Heart Month and Valentine’s Day with programming dedicated to heart health and relationships for Generation 50+.
The first week of February, RLTV will feature heart healthy episodes from series such as Growing Bolder, Who’s Cooking with Florence Henderson, and Whole Body Health. Throughout the week, there will be stories that will warm your heart, advice on keeping heart healthy, and delicious recipes good for your heart.

Articles and Blogs

How Long-Term Care Insurance Policies Backfire

Some people protect themselves from the exorbitant out-of-pocket cost of long-term care (median annual price of a private room in a nursing home: $91,250, according to Genworth Financial), by buying long-term care insurance policies. But here’s some stunning news during what the long-term care industry calls Long Term Care Awareness Month: More than a third…

8 Secrets of People Who Exercise Regularly

I began working out 35 years ago, at the tender age of 21, and have never stopped. During that time, I’ve seen leg warmers come and (thankfully) go; tried Pilates, cycling and yoga and worked as a personal trainer for 15 of those years. I don’t recall taking more than a week off at any…

Why Get a Flu Shot? It’s Not All About You

You are a healthy person. You eat right and exercise. Whether you are still working or have retired, you are active, and — aside from the occasional cold — not much slows you down. So you really don’t need a flu shot. Or do you? If Dr. Susan Rehm were to speak in a less professional,…

7 Signs Your Aging Parents Need Extra Help

While their 84-year-old father recovered at a rehabilitation facility after landing in the hospital with symptoms of a mini-stroke, the Jones (not their real name) siblings took the opportunity to do some cleaning at his house. Opening the fridge, they were shocked to find layers of mold, hardened food and multiple jars of the same…

Job Hunters: Overcoming 3 Employer Prejudices

(This article is adapted from the new book, What Color Is Your Parachute? 2016: A Practical Manual for Job-Hunters and Career-Changers by Richard N. Bolles.) If you got a job interview and got turned down, you may be thinking there is some handicap — hidden or obvious — that is keeping you from getting hired. …

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