Many people have questions about the storage of canned goods. Start with a good quality product. If you are purchasing canned goods, choose those that are not rusted, dented, scratched or bulging.
It's almost like coming home and thinking someone else cooked for you while you were away — that aroma from a meal that's been cooking all day in the slow cooker.
Take these steps to improve heart health and live better.
If you're losing your way instead of your weight MU specialists have evaluated and recommended several smartphone and tablet apps that might help you get back on track.
It is a good idea to run through a checklist of symptoms to be sure that what’s bugging you is the flu and not a common cold or bacterial pneumonia.
Adults with developmental disabilities exercise their bodies and social skills through weekly strength-training sessions at the University of Missouri Extension Center in Callaway County. Watch the video.
Something about cold weather makes us long for a warm meal waiting for us as we come in the door at night.
Wash cold and flu germs down the drain with proper hand-washing techniques. Watch the video.
Wouldn't it be great if we could eat anything we wanted and then take a pill and be as healthy as can be?
Each year more than one-third of adults 65 years and older fall. Of these falls, 20 to 30 percent result in injuries that reduce mobility.
Recent studies suggest that sitting at a desk all day can cancel out the health benefits of regular exercise. Watch the video.
Our lives can be very stressful and if we become accustomed to living with these feelings then we may not even realize how much it is affecting us.
Good consumers take the time to understand the products and services they are buying.
While we've all seen the image of a gray-haired, overweight man clenching his heart and gasping for breath, just as many women as men have heart attack.
No one wants to lose their ability to reason, think and remember people and places.
There is some debate about whether cooked or raw vegetables are better to consume. The short answer is — don't choose, have both.
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