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Books Into Films

Friday 10pm ET

Watched Any Good Books Lately?
See how some of your favorite print creations unfold onto the big screen into the big screen classics.

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HouseCalls

Learn Ron's 4 step process for removing old wallpaper from your walls.

RLTV News

BODY CHANGES AFTER 50: HOW MUCH CAN YOU REALLY CONTROL?

Certain shifts in diet and exercise can make a big difference
After 50, weight gain, fatigue and loss of strength serve as not-so-pleasant aging reminders. The good news is we can control more of our body changes than we think we can.

FIGHTING AGEISM AND UNFAIR TREATMENT IN HEALTH CARE

Everyone deserves equal treatment — in the broader society and in our health care system. Today, older people are often not treated fairly and do not get the care they deserve, simply because of their age.

Articles and Blogs

The Bliss of Being an Adult Literacy Volunteer

Every day while driving to my job at the newspaper where I was a reporter, I passed a billboard with a photo of an elderly man saying how wonderful it was to finally learn to read. It made me want to volunteer for the program where he was a student (or one like it), but…

What Your Millennial Child Should Know About Health Insurance

Last year, after my Millennial daughter started college in another state, I spent inordinate amounts of time talking to my health insurance provider to designate an out-of-state, in-network, primary care provider at the student health clinic. I also educated my daughter about the importance of using in-network providers to avoid exorbitant bills. She only visited…

Employers Are Rethinking Older Worker Stereotypes

Surveys repeatedly show that boomers want to keep earning an income well into the traditional retirement years, often by leaving old careers behind and trying something different. And they’re increasingly doing it. The big question is: are employers ready to embrace them as employees? Businesses, nonprofits and government agencies just might be nudged into it,…

8 Lessons We Learned From Our First Jobs

What was your first job? Serving fast food, delivering newspapers, cleaning hotel rooms, picking tobacco? Whatever your answer, chances are you worked hard for little pay and wouldn’t trade the experience for all the better jobs you’ve had since. In honor of Labor Day, last year we asked Next Avenue readers to share what they…

Do You Really Need That Back Surgery?

Patients and their families presented with the prospect of back surgery should ask lots of questions, according to experts in the field. The approach to easing back pain depends upon the source, the severity, the persistence and the trajectory of the pain. “If it’s back pain and there’s no leg pain or minimal leg pain, then a…

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