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.
Collagen replacement; avoiding toxic gases in the home.
The use of oral tradition in providing background on a family tree. Also: information on support groups.
Guest: former First Lady Rosalynn Carter discusses being a caregiver. Also: support groups for caregivers.
Nutrition; choosing a doctor.
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.
Segments on Irish genealogy and a Chinese chicken salad. Also: Louis Rukeyser ("Wall Street Week") discusses television.
Included: a support group for people recovering from strokes. Also: advice on nutrition.
Included: consumer advocate David Horowitz talks about consumer issues and presents tips on uncovering telemarket scams.
Suggestions from the FDA for detecting a medical scam. Also: enchilada cooking tips.
The duties of an art conservator.
Tips on tracing one's genealogy.
The conclusion of a report on reducing stress.
Skin treatments; laundry-room safety; a recipe for pumpkin torte.
Warnings about various scams. Also: safeguarding one's home before going on vacation; helping the homebound.
Included: Debbie Reynolds discusses taking a "mental pause." Also: segments on breast cancer and health care.
Included: ragtime musicians perform in Frankenmuth, Mich.
Topics include Irish genealogy. Also: decorative centerpieces; a needlework demonstration.
A segment on adoption includes information on looking for one's birth family after age 50. Also: a report on Irish genealogy.
A visit with the "Nutrition Kitchen Kop"; comments by members of Mended Hearts, Detroit chapter; a report on how to set a VCR clock.
Rehab facilities; working with silk flowers. Also: tips on needlepoint.
Tips on shopping for tools to keep around the house for minor repairs.
Choosing a retirement facility; altering one's diet to improve health; fixing a garbage disposal.
A segment on breast cancer is presented from the perspective of patients and their family members.
First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton discusses building inter-generational links.
Included: advice for grandparents from former Senator George S. McGovern; money tips from financial columnist Jane Bryant Quinn; and a performance clip of political satirist Mark Russell.
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