AARP TEK

15Aug14

It just takes a little time to master a technology device with the help of AARP TEK. Check out AARP’s online videos and short classes.

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Things to consider beyond just lack of space; the tiny homes movement and you.

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Alyne reviews the thought-provoking collection of maps in the book: Seeing Through Maps: The Power Of Images To Shape Our World View.

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Cardiologist Dr. Jonathon Archular talks with Alyne about the common symptoms of a heart attack and some of the different signs some women may experience.

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Smoking, sedentary lifestyle, obesity, diabetes – these are just a few of the things to do something about to lower your risk of a heart attack. Alyne has the details.

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The Family and Medical Leave Act applies to public agencies, schools, and many companies with over 50 employees. Alyne talks with AARP caregiving expert Amy Goyer about some of its details.

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Four new scams, a new test that predicts Alzheimer’s; keep up to date with AARP’s online news for the 50 plus crowd. Alyne has the details.

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Some recipes that will inspire you to sing and music to set the mood. Jazz performer Erin Dickins talks about her new cookbook and CD: Java Jive Jazz For Foodies.

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Hidden Moon

05Aug14

It’s hard to solve a mystery when even the bad guys always know where you are and you’re not even sure who’s bad; Alyne reviews the mystery Hidden Moon about the difficulties of solving a mystery in a police state.

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Check out AARP’s YouTube channel where Barbara Hannah Grufferman demonstrates three important exercises to help you stay limber.

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