A Taste of History

Tonight 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. New episodes start Wednesday!

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Need new ideas or a fresh take on a classic dish? We've got the recipes you'll love to try from the RLTV shows you love to watch.

Who's Cooking with Florence Henderson Marathon

Thursday 8pm ET

Spend your Thanksgiving with Florence Henderson and friends. Learn how you can make classic comfort food healthy.



RLTV Shines the spotlight on the new film Trumbo, starring Bryan Cranston, Diane Lane, John Goodman, Louis C.K., and Helen Mirren. Now playing in select cities, everywhere Thanksgiving.



How you can benefit from a little-known but useful area of medicine
If you’re a boomer, I am guessing you haven’t yet thought much about how geriatrics can help you. But it can. Contrary to popular opinion, geriatrics is not just for people who are very old or very frail or have Alzheimer’s disease or live in nursing homes.

Best Car Features for Caregivers (Courtesy AARP)

When you're a chauffeur for older adults, children or people with disabilities, what you drive matters
Caring for someone else can mean a lot of stress — and a lot of time in the car. Driving to doctors' appointments, tests, the pharmacy and even just trips around town can take on another level of complexity when you're responsible for someone else's needs.

Articles and Blogs

Build Your Resilience for Health and Success

We hear a lot about the importance of resilience: the ability to get through a period of stress, upheaval or trauma with our mental and physical health relatively intact. It is the ability to “bounce back” from adversity that takes us forward in life, instead of staying “stuck” in one painful and unproductive place. In his new…

11 Ways to Ask for Help When Changing Careers

(The following is adapted from the new book, 50 Plus! Critical Career Decisions for the Rest of Your Life by Robert L. Dilenschneider, with permission from the publisher, Citadel Press.) Maybe you love your work but you’ve suffered a setback. Maybe you’ve decided that your entire career has been a mistake and you should start…

5 Good Reasons to Write Your Own Obituary

Why, one might ask, would anyone want to write his or her own obituary? Out of sheer narcissism? Utter morbidity? An insatiable desire to control things? Any or all of those motivations may be at work, but, to put a more positive spin on things, the act of writing one’s own obituary can also be …

How She Started Investing In Stocks After 60

When the stock market sank in 2009, Sandy Chaikin of Philadelphia, lost 40 percent of the money she’d invested in mutual funds following her financial adviser’s recommendations. “I asked my financial adviser to sell, but he suggested I ride it out,” says Chaikin, 65. That experience was enough for the veteran marketing executive to look …

Respecting the Person with Dementia

 As a loved one starts to slip away due to Alzheimer’s or another dementia, his or her behaviors may at times seem childlike. As a result, there’s often a tendency to treat this adult as …


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