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Feb 22, 2021

In Kansas, 9.4% of the adult population have been diagnosed with diabetes and it is the 7th leading cause of death. It is also costly. Those who have diabetes have medical expenses that are nearly two-and-a-half times higher than those who do not have the disease. K-State Research and Extension is launching an...


Feb 15, 2021

According to the U.S. Financial Capability Survey, about 52% of Kansans have a rainy day fund that could cover expenses for three months. However, that leaves a lot of Kansans who need to set up an emergency fund or increase their existing fund. K-State Research and Extension resource management specialist Elizabeth...


Feb 8, 2021

The International Food Information Council conducted a year-end survey to see what changes were made since consumers spent more time at home. 47% of the respondents said their eating habits stayed about the same, but 32% said their eating habits became healthier. Kansas State University food scientist Karen...


Feb 1, 2021

The weekly online series, Living Well Together, being offered by K-State Research and Extension agents, specialists and guest experts, continues in February and March. One topic for February focuses on how relationships grow better when we understand how everyone gives and receives love differently. Another looks...


Jan 25, 2021

K-State Research and Extension family and consumer sciences agents and specialists in the northeast region are offering a weekly series of one-hour virtual programs covering a wide variety of topics designed to improve health and well-being. Northeast area family and consumer sciences specialist Sharolyn Jackson says...