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Jul 4, 2022

As part of its 2023 annual lesson series, K-State Research and Extension family and consumer sciences specialists and agents have developed several Men’s Health Guide Fact Sheets, including early detection and prevention of cancers specific to men, osteoporosis, cardiovascular disease and arthritis. According to the...


Jun 27, 2022

According to the recently published K-State Research and Extension Fact Sheet, Healthy Body, Healthy Brain, what you eat, how much you move, how well you sleep, and how you mange stress all play an important role in your overall well-being. Research also shows a connection between heart and brain health. By Keeping your...


Tips for Cutting Grocery Costs

Jun 20, 2022

”Sticker shock” is typically associated with big ticket items, such as vehicles, major household appliances and electronics. However, “sticker shock” is now hitting Americans at the grocery store checkout line. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, consumers paid 11.9% more for food eaten at home in...


Jun 13, 2022

Canning season typically runs from June to October, with some carryover into the holiday season. Harvesting garden produce at its peak freshness and canning as soon as possible – ideally that day or the next – produces the highest quality product. However, canning is a science and Kansas State University food...


Jun 6, 2022

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in men, accounting for one in every four deaths. After that, according to the CDC, are lung, prostate and colorectal cancers. The good news is that these health threats men face are largely preventable. However, a K-State Research and Extension family and consumer sciences...