Stress management is important in taking care of your mind and body. Try these stress busters to help restore your balance.
Oldham County Extension's Report to the People includes articles on 4-H leadership, nutrition education, Oldham County agriculture, and more.
Long before the coronavirus pandemic, the United States was fighting an opioid epidemic. In the year before COVID-19, the U.S. saw 10.3 million people misuse prescription opioids. Use these tips to help protect your loved ones from addiction.
Cloth face coverings have become part of the wardrobe for many people venturing out in public. The CDC has provided a comprehensive set of guidelines for making, wearing, and caring for cloth face coverings.
You don't need to feel guilty for snacking. Use snack time to add fruits, vegetables, and other fulfilling choices to your diet. Snack time can be healthy as well as delicious.
Mindful eating is the practice of enjoying food with understanding and self-compassion, the experience of eating without judgment or guilt. Mindful eating helps us reconnect with our inner signals about hunger and fullness.
Broccoli and potatoes both have two growing seasons in Kentucky. Combine vitamin-rich broccoli and low-calorie potatoes in this delicious Cheesy Broccoli Potatoes recipe.
Hobbies can help you relax, take your mind off worries, or fill extra time. Save money as well by rediscovering old hobbies and using what you already have at home.
Trying to stop stress eating? Use these tips to help keep stress eating or emotional eating in check.
Gardening provides many benefits from mood improvement to destressing to exercise. Planting and tending a garden can improve the way you look at things.