Scott Burton, a 20 year cancer survivor, comedian and world-class juggler, will give the keynote address at the 2015 Clinical Oncology Symposium: Enhancing Knowledge, Promoting Application to Practice.
Storyteller Bobby Norfolk celebrates Black History Month every month. He brings to life stories that relate to social justice in a way that is entertaining for all ages.
More women, like Cindy Whitlock, are landowners. Women outlive their partners 87 percent of the time and many want to keep the land to pass on to the next generation. Watch the video.
Here are easy-to-prepare recipes using canned chicken as the main ingredient with cooking and preparation tips, measurement conversions and safety measures. See all of the Can-Do series,
The story of Marshall the Miracle Dog has inspired a book, a movie and a youth mentoring program. The movie features strong anti-bullying and animal rescue themes.
Mention coleus to most gardeners and mental images of shade-loving plants with colorful leaves come to mind. This colorful yet durable plant adapts well to a wide range situations.
The woolly bear caterpillar often called the “weather worm,” is said to predict what Old Man Winter has in store. Folklore says the narrower the reddish-brown band on the caterpillar, the more severe the winter.
A standing tract of timber can bring anywhere from $300 to $700 per acre. Harvesting is a selective process of removing mature trees. About half of the volume can be removed in a sustainable manner.
Retirees Joyce Huber and Bob Dolliver are among the growing number of adults who are in committed relationships but live apart. They’re known as LATs, which stands for living apart together. Watch the video.
The nonprofit organization America Saves suggests a 30-40-30 plan for the past, present and future: Designate 30 percent of your refund to pay off debt and catch up on outstanding bills. Watch the video.
Shatto milk is produced in a variety of flavors — chocolate, cotton candy, cookies and cream, banana, root beer, coffee and pumpkin, among others — that change with the seasons.
Unlike some problems we grow out of, insomnia remains with many of us through life.
Renovate hay fields first when replacing toxic fescue with new novel endophyte varieties.
We live in a culture saturated with unrealistic messages about body image. Americans are almost desensitized to the word "diet" because of the overwhelming amount of diet plans currently on the market.
Trees, shrubs and perennials may be planted as soon as they become available at local nurseries.
The Missouri Pollinator Conservancy Program offers beekeepers new ways to protect hives from pesticide drift.
It is possible to get a great workout outdoors as long as you exercise caution and dress properly.
The 2014 Annual Report highlights the programs and activities of the past year that are improving lives, communities and businesses across the state. MU remains strongly committed to the land-grant mission of practical education for all.
After a successful run last year, University of Missouri Extension is offering a second round of the online grain marketing game "Show-Me Market Showdown" from March 2 to May 8.
Missouri sorghum growers may find white sugarcane aphids gumming up harvest equipment and reducing yields this fall.
For the wise, a refund windfall is a chance to splurge a little and save a lot. Watch the video. Listen to the audio.
Small acreages offer a variety of ways to generate income, ranging from raising fruits, vegetables, meat and poultry to enhancing your property for outdoor recreation or agritourism.
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