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Oct 23, 2018

Opioids are a class of drugs that include powerful prescription pain relievers that bind to opioid receptors in the body to relieve pain. These drugs also carry significant risks for addiction and overdose. The Opioid Crisis: What You Need to Know is an eight-page fact sheet authored by K-State Research and Extension...


Apr 18, 2018

If you worry about the medical care you’d receive if you became ill and were unable to speak for yourself, a new publication, Advance Health Care Planning in Kansas, has the necessary forms to allow you to state your health care preferences before a health crisis occurs. Advance directives allow you to voice your...


Sep 5, 2017

The Kansas Department of Aging and Disability Services has been awarded 3-point-1 million dollars for the first year of a two-year grant by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for the prevention and treatment of opioid abuse in Kansas. K-State Research and Extension is also focusing on the opioid crisis...


Aug 22, 2017

Developing good eating habits is a front-line defense against obesity, which happens when a child takes in more calories than they burn. In the United States, nearly one in four children between the ages of 2 and 5 is overweight or obese – putting them at risk for developing diabetes, high blood pressure, asthma...


Aug 8, 2017

Parents who pack a lunch for their kids often believe they’re saving money while providing better nutrition than a school lunch. However, on average, a school lunch is lower in calories, carbohydrates, fat, saturated fat, iron and sugar. K-State Research and Extension nutrition specialist Sandy Procter explains why...