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Apr 29, 2019

May is National Barbecue Month and Kansas State University food scientist Karen Blakeslee says while there are a number of food safety concerns associated with outdoor grilling, a meat thermometer is the best defense against foodborne illness and checking for proper doneness.

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Apr 22, 2019

Healthy eating habits are a front line defense against obesity – which in simplest terms – happens when we take in more calories than we burn. In the United States, almost 25% of children between the ages of 2 and 5 is overweight or obese, putting them at risk for developing diabetes, high blood pressure, asthma and...

Apr 15, 2019

April is National Financial Literacy Month. According to K-State Research and Extension family resource management specialist Elizabeth Kiss, establishing a budget and a plan to meet immediate, intermediate and long-term financial goals can help us gain better control of our finances. 

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Apr 8, 2019

It’s common to see parents and young children interacting with digital media on smartphones and tablets—but is the child being entertained, or are they actually learning? K-State Research and Extension child development specialist Bradford Wiles says children as young as 18 months who co-view or co-play with an...

Apr 1, 2019

As part of its effort to help Americans make healthy food choices and in honor of National Nutrition Month, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced a campaign to help simplify the nutrition information we see each day. K-State Research and Extension nutrition specialist Sandy Procter says the Start Simple with...