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Prairie Fare: Nourish Your Skin During Cold Weather   ( 2008-01-17 )
Cold weather actually may increase our risk of dehydration.
Prairie Fare: Be Aware of the Benefits of Folic Acid   ( 2008-01-10 )
A healthy baby begins with a healthy pregnancy.
Prairie Fare: Accidentally Frozen Canned Food May Be Safe to Eat   ( 2008-01-03 )
We always check that we have all of our groceries out of our vehicle.
Prairie Fare: Turn Up the Volume on Food in the New Year   ( 2007-12-21 )
Any time people are excited about eating vegetables, especially orange vegetables, I’m all in favor.
Prairie Fare: Gear Up for Winter With a Cold-weather Quiz   ( 2007-12-20 )
To “weather” the upcoming cold temperatures of winter, take some safety precautions.
Prairie Fare: Bake Some Memories this Season   ( 2007-12-13 )
Even though most cookies aren’t “nutrition all-stars,” we have room for some treats in an overall healthy diet.
Prairie Fare: Pay Attention to Your Heart and Muscles During Winter Activities   ( 2007-12-06 )
An estimated 1,200 people in the U.S. die annually of coronary artery disease during and after major snowstorms.
Prairie Fare: Consider Holiday Gifts That Promote Health and Safety   ( 2007-11-29 )
As I shopped, I thought of several possibilities for health and safety-promoting gifts that won’t break your budget.
Prairie Fare: Handle Chicken Carefully   ( 2007-11-21 )
While there are many safeguards in place in the food industry, consumers share the responsibility for food safety.
Prairie Fare: Turkey Leftovers Make Welcome Meals   ( 2007-11-15 )
Americans eat about 17 pounds of turkey a year per person.
Prairie Fare: Take a Walk on the Wild Side of the Menu   ( 2007-11-08 )
Game meats are excellent sources of protein and similar in composition to domestic animal meat.
Prairie Fare: Let’s Define “Moderate” Eating   ( 2007-11-01 )
You won’t set a record for longevity by eating lots of candy.
Prairie Fare: Is it a Fruit or Vegetable?   ( 2007-10-25 )
If corn is a vegetable, then why is cornmeal in the grain group?
Prairie Fare: Pick a Pumpkin Recipe!   ( 2007-10-18 )
Pumpkin can be on your menu beyond the traditional Thanksgiving pie.
Prairie Fare: Tempting Kids to Eat Veggies Takes Patience and Creativity   ( 2007-10-11 )
Brussels sprouts and its cousins are good for you.
Prairie Fare: Workplace Phones and Desks are Germy Spots   ( 2007-10-04 )
We can take steps to stay healthy by keeping our work environments a little cleaner.
Prairie Fare: Sometimes You Must Avoid Certain Foods   ( 2007-09-27 )
Those with celiac disease must avoid all foods containing a plant storage protein commonly called “gluten.”
Prairie Fare: Fall is Prime Time for Apples   ( 2007-09-20 )
The type of fiber apples contain, called pectin, has been linked with lowering blood cholesterol and potentially reducing the risk of heart disease.
Prairie Fare: Focus on Food Handling During National Food Safety Education Month   ( 2007-09-13 )
Hair in food certainly grabs the attention of guests.
Prairie Fare: Give Your Menu a Makeover During Cholesterol Education Month   ( 2007-09-06 )
I usually don’t talk to my TV, not often, anyway.
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Spotlight on Economics: Spotlight on Economics: We Enjoy Environmental Services Without Paying for Them  (2018-01-17)  The benefits of nature-based recreation should be accounted for when making public-policy decisions on public lands and environmental programs.   FULL STORY
BeefTalk: BeefTalk: Shop Around; Cattle Eat More Than Hay  (2018-01-11)  This year’s challenge for the beef manager is finding the balance among winter demands, feed inventory and cattle inventory.  FULL STORY
Prairie Fare: Prairie Fare: 10 Tips to Help Pare Off Some Pounds  (2018-01-11)  An extra 100 calories per day may result in a 10-pound weight gain in a year.   FULL STORY
 
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