Get a Stronger Back! with Denise Austin - AARP
Denise Austin shares three exercises to build up your back and core muscles.
Dr. Phil Reveals Why Taking Vacation is Beneficial to Health - AARP
Dr. Phil and AARP travel expert reveal why taking time off is good for your mental and physical health, social relationships and productivity on the job.
Movie Minute: 'Tommy’s Honour' & 'The Lost City of Z' - AARP
Movies for Grownups’ Bill Newcott reviews a nostalgic look at the two men who invented modern golf and a film tracing one man's obsessive search for a lost Amazon city.
'Saturday Night Fever' 40th Anniversary Supercut - AARP
From John Travolta’s strut to his iconic pose, "Saturday Night Fever" has remained a cultural touchstone for 40 years. Join us on the dance floor as we look back at some of the most memorable homages.
Tráiler de 'Finding Oscar'
Un documental que narra la escalofriante masacre ocurrida en la aldea Las Dos Erres en Guatemala en 1982 por el ejército del general golpista Efraín Ríos Montt.
The Mother of All Advice - AARP
Disrupt Aging took to the streets of New York to ask everyday citizens some very important questions about their moms. Their responses are sweet, honest and at times hilarious.
Ease Back Pain By Stretching - AARP
Denise Austin offers three simple exercises to help relieve discomfort.
Staying Sharp: 3 Minute Upper Body Stretch with Denise Austin - AARP
Taking regular stretch breaks is one of the easiest ways to get your body moving. This upper body stretch routine, led by AARP wellness Ambassador Denise Austin, focuses on your back, neck, shoulders and arms.
Caregiving Comic: Jim Breuer’s Story - AARP
Comedian Jim Breuer talks about his experience caring for his father, Jim Breuer Sr.
'Norman: The Moderate Rise and Tragic Fall of a New York Fixer' Movie Trailer
Norman Oppenheimer is a small time operator who befriends a young politician at a low point in his life. Three years later, when the politician becomes an influential world leader, Norman's life dramatically changes for better and worse.
'Norman & A Quiet Passion' - AARP
Movies for Grownups’ Bill Newcott looks at two smart cinematic character studies: Richard Gere’s portrayal of a New York “fixer” and Cynthia Nixon’s stoic take on the poet Emily Dickinson.
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