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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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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A Taste of History
New England Broil

Chef Walter Staib begins preparing a classical New England broil dinner and teaches the viewer about its historical origin.

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SHOULD YOU BE LIFTING HEAVY WEIGHTS AFTER 50?

Find out whether the benefits of this popular type of training outweigh the risks
Heavy weightlifting programs centered around old-school exercises like deadlifts, snatches, barbell squats, the bench press and military press are popping up in gyms everywhere these days, and for good reason: studies show that this type of training is highly effective for building strength and power. That can translate to more functional independence over the long term.

10 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT CATARACT SURGERY

It's more common, simpler and cheaper than ever. Is it right for you?
The advances in cataract surgery in recent decades are an unqualified medical success story, with boomers reaping the benefits and influencing its direction. Whether you are developing cataracts or fear you may in the future, here are 10 things to know about this growing trend that could be useful if you decide to have the surgery.

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How Women Can Worry Less About Money

When it comes to money, what keeps women up at night? Northwestern Mutual’s 2016 Planning & Progress study reveals 87 percent of women feel anxious about their finances due to unexpected expenses, health care costs, credit card debt and more. Saving for retirement gives 29 percent of women the most anxiety, the study found. My…

The Key to Career Success After 50

You have to smile when a guy opens his career-advice book with the lyric from the song Truckin by The Grateful Dead: “Lately it occurs to me what a long, strange trip it’s been.” The Dead and John Tarnoff, the career coach and author of that excellent book Boomer Reinvention: How to Create Your Dream…

Why Snoring Gets Worse with Age and What You Can Do About It

“Laugh and the world laughs with you, snore and you sleep alone,” British novelist Anthony Burgess reportedly said. Who hasn’t either been robbed of a night of peaceful sleep or been banished to another room because of snoring? It is one of the most common sleep problems, at least occasionally affecting about 90 million Americans,…

The Painful Struggles of America’s Older Immigrants

America’s immigrant community is aging along with the rest of the population, and in many cases, with great financial difficulty. Some 15 percent of adults 60 and over were foreign-born in 2015, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.…

Why Older Adults Are So Susceptible to Financial Fraud

Innovations in technology, medicine and public health have resulted in longer life spans for Americans. In 1950, the average American could only expect to live to age 68; the average has since jumped to 78. Longer life spans have led to a burgeoning older adult population, in sheer numbers as well as in percentage of…

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