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Getting regular physical activity is a key component in helping you maintain a healthful weight. While Walk Kansas is...

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Skills, such as taking a first step, smiling for the first time, and waving “bye-bye,” are called developmental milestones....

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In the U.S., more than one-third of all available food goes uneaten through loss or waste, and food is...

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Did you play hop scotch or jump rope when you were a child? It turns out these might be...

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The egg has long been a symbol of new beginnings. Now eggs are celebrating a new chapter in our...

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It is estimated that older adults lose billions of dollars to scammers each year. The National Council on Aging...

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Organizing your laundry room not only keeps it looking clean, it is one quick and easy way to keep...

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Walk Kansas is an eight-week team-based program, sponsored by K-State Research and Extension, which this year runs March 17...

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Sharing research from the university is part of the K-State land-grant mission. This article written by Stephanie Jacques, Kansas...

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About 4.9 million middle and high school students used tobacco products in 2018. This increase—driven by a surge in...

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In the 10 years before a measles vaccine was available in 1963, nearly all children got measles by 15...

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Radon is an odorless, colorless and tasteless gas produced by the decay of natural radioactive materials found in the...

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The American Cleaning Institute shares these small household cleaning resolutions that will help keep your family clean and happy...

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Lead poisoning can be prevented. The key is to keep children from coming in contact with lead. If children...

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During the holidays, it seems more sweets and homemade treats pop up in the break room, on countertops, and...

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