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We all want our children to grow up healthy and happy. This is one of the reasons we encourage them to eat healthy foods throughout their lives. A recent statement by the American Heart Association added clarity to how a parents and caregivers can help children develop lifelong healthy eatin…

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Today there are over 7.5 billion people in the world of all different shapes, sizes and colors. While we may live in a community in which all of the people look similar, you don’t have to travel far to see someone who may look different than you.

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People living in urban areas might not think they have the space to garden, but that is not the case. A University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service publication, ID-248: "Gardening in Small Spaces," shows you how you can garden in a small area.

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People who experience a traumatic event like COVID-19 and even those who watch it unfold from a distance, on television for example, can experience negative stress and serious emotional distress.

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Ham is available in many variations which makes it a popular meat to serve at holiday gatherings. If you are in the market to purchase a ham, you might see terms such as fresh, canned, cook before eating, fully cooked, smoked and country written on the package. With all of these terms, it ca…

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Are the perennials in your landscape in decline? Are they blooming less than they used to even though you fertilize and water them regularly? Is the foliage stunted and do the plants lack vigor? It may be that your plants have become too crowded and are in need of dividing.