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Prairie Fare: Bake Some Comforting Biscuits This Winter   ( 2020-01-09 )
Winter is a prime time to explore some culinary challenges.
Prairie Fare: Are Pets Good for Your Health?   ( 2020-01-02 )
Pets can help reduce our blood pressure and cholesterol level.
Prairie Fare: Put New Appliances to Work   ( 2019-12-26 )
Pressure cooking allows you to save time and, potentially, money.
Prairie Fare: Nourish and Protect Your Skin This Winter   ( 2019-12-19 )
We need to take care of our skin all year long, but especially in the winter.
Prairie Fare: Is Intermittent Fasting Good for Your Health?   ( 2019-12-12 )
Before changing your eating plan, work with a health-care provider and a dietitian to develop a healthful eating pattern.
Prairie Fare: 2 Reasons to Avoid Eating Cookie Dough This Holiday Season   ( 2019-12-05 )
Cookie dough usually contains raw eggs and flour, which can have harmful bacteria.
Prairie Fare: Gift Ideas That Are Easy on the Budget and Positive for Your Health   ( 2019-11-27 )
You can opt for giving gifts that do not take a lot of space or cost a lot of money.
Prairie Fare: Take Steps to Avoid Getting Sick During Cold and Flu Season   ( 2019-11-21 )
Washing your hands for at least 20 seconds with warm, soapy water is one of the most important ways to help prevent colds and the flu.
Prairie Fare: Kid- and Adult-friendly Healthful Snacks Can Be Tasty   ( 2019-11-14 )
Too many people shortchange themselves on fruits, vegetables and whole grains.
Prairie Fare: 7 Tips to Catch Your ZZZZs   ( 2019-11-07 )
Adults 26 to 64 years old need seven to nine hours of sleep each night, and older adults (ages 65-plus) need seven to eight hours.
Prairie Fare: How to Tame a Snack Attack   ( 2019-10-31 )
The new Nutrition Facts labels will provide the number of calories per serving more clearly.
Prairie Fare: Fall and Winter Darkness May Affect Health   ( 2019-10-24 )
We may be lacking vitamin D, which is known as the “sunshine vitamin.”
Prairie Fare: Add Some Pumpkin to Your Menu   ( 2019-10-17 )
Pumpkin is a good source of fiber to help our digestion.
Prairie Fare: Does Chocolate Have Health Benefits?   ( 2019-10-10 )
Good news: A moderate amount of chocolate has been shown to have some health benefits.
Prairie Fare: Enjoy an Autumn Feast for Your Eyes   ( 2019-10-03 )
Make sure to eat colorful fruits and veggies.
Prairie Fare: Try Some Beautiful Beans   ( 2019-09-26 )
Beans, such as pinto, kidney and navy beans, are excellent sources of protein and fiber.
Prairie Fare: Try Some Tailgating Treats During Football Season   ( 2019-09-19 )
You can make tailgating a little easier on the waistline with these tips.
Prairie Fare: Give Beets a Chance   ( 2019-09-12 )
Some studies link beets to fighting heart disease, cancer, diabetes and even dementia.
Prairie Fare: Make Eating Together a Priority   ( 2019-09-05 )
Family meals offer numerous benefits.
Prairie Fare: Victory Garden Lessons Ring True Today   ( 2019-08-29 )
Reducing food waste and using fresh fruits in season are as important today as they were during World War I and II.
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