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Prairie Fare: Looking Back on Nutrition and Other Trends in the Last 40 Years   ( 2019-04-18 )
Though nutrition recommendations have changed over the years, moderation is still key.
Prairie Fare: Is Music Good for Your Health?   ( 2019-04-11 )
Music can keep our brain active, reduce stress and help us recover from surgery.
Prairie Fare: What Would You Do in a Disaster Involving Food?   ( 2019-04-04 )
Know what to do if a flood affects your food supply.
Prairie Fare: Try These Questions About Storing Fruits and Vegetables   ( 2019-03-28 )
Fruits and vegetables are among the foods Americans waste the most.
Prairie Fare: Exploring the Germans From Russia Foodways   ( 2019-03-21 )
Food is a way to connect with your culture, as well as other cultures.
Prairie Fare: Where’s Your Food Thermometer?   ( 2019-03-14 )
If you don’t have a food thermometer, you need to get one.
Prairie Fare: Is Anyone Else Anxious for Spring?   ( 2019-03-07 )
Now is a good time to think about what we put on our plate and perhaps growing some of the food we eat.
Prairie Fare: Does Freezing Weather Increase the Calories We Burn?   ( 2019-02-28 )
Our environmental conditions can affect our metabolism.
Prairie Fare: How Do Late-night Snacks and Beverages Affect Sleep?   ( 2019-02-21 )
Recent evidence shows that having a small bedtime snack might be good for us.
Prairie Fare: Add Some International Flair to Your Menus   ( 2019-02-14 )
Food is a way to connect to your own culture as well as explore other cultures.
Prairie Fare: Watch Your Sodium Intake During American Heart Month   ( 2019-02-07 )
Americans consume 75 percent of their sodium from processed foods, not from table salt.
Prairie Fare: Stay on the Pulse of Healthful Eating   ( 2019-01-31 )
Pulse foods are budget-friendly and good for our heart.
Prairie Fare: Food Recalls and Outbreaks: What’s the Difference?   ( 2019-01-24 )
An outbreak means at least two people have the same foodborne illness from the same contaminated food or drink.
Prairie Fare: Avoid Sitting Too Much   ( 2019-01-17 )
Too much sitting can lead to health issues.
Prairie Fare: 6 Dogs Taught Me Some Health Lessons   ( 2019-01-10 )
Pets can offer lessons on companionship, physical activity, sleep and nutrition.
Prairie Fare: Beware of Health Scams in 2019   ( 2019-01-03 )
Miracle weight loss measures have no long-term success.
Prairie Fare: Diet Tips for 2019   ( 2018-12-26 )
Here are some behavior changes that can help you lose weight.
Prairie Fare: Reduce Your Risk of Kitchen Fires This Holiday Season   ( 2018-12-20 )
Cooking fires are the No. 1 cause of home fires and injuries.
Prairie Fare: Could Your Cellphone or Tablet Be a Germ Catcher?   ( 2018-12-13 )
On study found cellphones may carry 10 times the amount of bacteria found on toilet seats.
Prairie Fare: Have You Tried an Air Fryer?   ( 2018-12-06 )
If you are interested in buying an air fryer, do your homework and read the appliance reviews from reputable sources.
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