The pandemic has forced many families to make the difficult decision to downsize their Thanksgiving get-togethers this year.
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With fraudulent unemployment claims on the rise, K-State financial management expert Elizabeth Kiss encourages Kansans to protect and monitor their financial information.
Maybe this year more than ever, it means so much to send food gifts to friends and family for the holidays. A K-State specialist offers tips to do it safely.
Research indicates that 1 in 7 dollars spent on the most costly medical conditions in the United States can be attributed to negative effects of ageism, or making assumptions about people based on how old they are.
Planning ahead for holiday meals will help keep stress levels down, says food safety expert Karen Blakeslee.
Whether by rake or mower, it’s important to get leaves off of your home lawn before winter fully hits.
Make a plan to stay active and to eat healthy before taking part in the holiday food and party marathon.
For 70% of Americans, their home’s kitchen is now the central food preparation spot for 80% of meals. That considered, it’s important to remember food safety steps to keep everyone healthy at home.
Americans have made some improvement on washing hands regularly, but food safety specialist Karen Blakeslee says we still have a ways to go.
The organizer of a six-week online program for caregivers says that the better we take care of ourselves, the better we will be able to care for our loved ones.
Flipping the trend on rising obesity rates in Kansas may be a multi-faceted undertaking, says K-State Research and Extension nutrition specialist Sandy Procter.
Planning how you will spend money for holidays can help you prioritize what is important to you and your