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Jun 17, 2019

According to the Food and Drug Administration, a lot has changed in the way food is produced and distributed. We also know that some people, including those 65 and older, are more susceptible to getting sick from bacteria in food. K-State Research and Extension food scientist Karen Blakeslee says seniors who handle food...


Jun 10, 2019

Summer is a perfect time to try new fruits and vegetables. They’re fresh, abundantly available, and typically less expensive than at other times of the year. K-State Research and Extension nutrition specialist Sandy Procter looks at summer fruits, vegetables and beverages that taste great and offer a variety...


Jun 3, 2019

It may seem like a daunting task, but organizing your important papers, documents and family photographs and placing them in a waterproof, fireproof container offers protection and peace of mind. K-State Research and Extension resource management specialist Elizabeth Kiss (kish) offers suggestions for making a...


May 27, 2019

Blue Zones are regions around the world where the healthiest, oldest people live. In addition to diet, exercise and rest, other lifestyle and social factors may contribute to their longevity. K-State Research and Extension adult development and aging specialist Erin Yelland says nine healthy lifestyle habits shared by...


May 20, 2019

K-State Research and Extension utilizes a wide variety of research and evidence-based information to aid Extension agents in tackling local issues and concerns. In the area of public health, Extension nutrition specialist Sandy Procter and adult development and aging specialist Erin Yelland point to the Culture of...