A Touch of Grey
Einstein’s War is a riveting exploration of both the beauty of scientific creativity and enduring horrors of human nature. These two great forces battle in a story that culminates with a victory now a century old,
Karlgaard is the publisher of Forbes magazine, where he also writes a biweekly column, Innovation Rules, known for its witty and honest assessment of technology trends and current business issues. He’s a regular panelist on cable news’ most popular bus...
Estrogen replacement stops hot flashes cold and is a veritable Fountain of Youth. Estrogen replacement is dangerous: it kills women. It prevents heart disease. It causes heart disease. The message keeps changing. What are we to believe?
We’re living exciting bonus years—decades that our parents and grandparents didn’t have. But how to navigate this complex terrain? Author Carol Levine directs the Families and Health Care Project at the United Hospital Fund in New York.
Courtney Carver shows us how to pursue practical minimalism so we can create more with less—more space, more time, and even more love. Carver invites us to look at the big picture, discover what’s most important to us.
by Carolyn Greenwald – Starting a skin care routine isn’t as easy as it sounds. Cosmetic products are filled with scientific sounding ingredients that all promise variations on a theme: younger, healthy looking skin.
Madeleine Kunin, the former three-term governor of Vermont, who served as the deputy secretary of education and ambassador to Switzerland under President Bill Clinton. In her newest book, a memoir entitled Coming of Age: My Journey to the Eighties,
Steve is a nationally recognized expert in scams, identity theft and cybersecurity as well as a lawyer, college professor and prolific author. He will talk about how to protect Your Identity in a Digital Age: New Financial Threats You Need to Know and ...
Carl Reiner became the oldest-ever nominee for an Emmy Award in July — for his role, appropriately enough, narrating and appearing in the HBO documentary “If You’re Not in the Obit, Eat Breakfast,” about people staying active into their 90s and beyond.
In the 1950s, Confidential magazine, America’s first celebrity scandal magazine, revealed Hollywood stars’ secrets, misdeeds, and transgressions in gritty, unvarnished detail.