Why you should watch Arrow, Life in Pieces and more
A series examining topics of interest to senior citizens.
May 27, 2000
Conclusion of two. Learning to make Scandinavian dishes and learning to live with diabetes.
July 16, 1999
A visit to Helsinki, Finland. Also: the benefits of aquatherapy and tips on how to avoid being taken in by a con artist.
Rehab facilities; working with silk flowers. Also: tips on needlepoint.
Topics: the healing power of touch, the importance of exercise to the body and mind, and macular degeneration (the deterioration of patches of discolored tissue).
Profiling the life and career of Tony Spina, a Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer for the Detroit Free Press.
Included: Debbie Reynolds discusses taking a "mental pause." Also: segments on breast cancer and health care.
A visit to a local AARP office. Also: guest Beverly Sills discusses aging.
CPR; RV travel tips.
Included: former Secretary of State Alexander Haig, who discusses America's global status; and a look at the media's impact on public opinion, with veteran journalist Edwin Newman.
Segments on Irish genealogy and a Chinese chicken salad. Also: Louis Rukeyser ("Wall Street Week") discusses television.
Speakers and events from past shows are featured.
A segment on breast cancer is presented from the perspective of patients and their family members.
Included: memory tips from Dr. Barry Gordon (Johns Hopkins School of Medicine). Included: differentiating absent-mindedness from more serious conditions.
Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter.
Tooling through a hardware superstore.
Servicewomen discuss military life.
Choosing a retirement facility; altering one's diet to improve health; fixing a garbage disposal.
Guest: former First Lady Rosalynn Carter discusses being a caregiver. Also: support groups for caregivers.
A segment on adoption includes information on looking for one's birth family after age 50. Also: a report on Irish genealogy.
Former presidential candidate Shirley Chisholm expounds on diversity and unity; and Robert Kennedy Jr. discusses the environment. Also: tips on speaking with the family practitioner.
Tips on programming a VCR; and reading nutrition labels. Also: a report on Irish genealogical research.
The conclusion of a report on reducing stress.
Nutrition; choosing a doctor.
Impotence and procedures to deal with it; a segment on genealogy with Richard Doherty.
Art and music therapies; winterizing one's home. Also: a segment on strokes.
Tracing Irish genealogies through church records. Also: investment advice from Louis Rukeyser ("Wall Street Week"); and information on the effects of exercise on sleeping habits.
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