Questions a Child will Answer at the End of a Long Day. . .
All parents have heard the one- or two-word response to their question, "How was your day at school?" Sometimes it was "good", "fine" or just "OK," and the response to, "What did you learn today?" is usually "nothing." Communicating with your child can be frustrating at times, but it is a great way to take an interest in what happens to your child during the day and can help children develop good communication skills that will enable them to talk to other kids, teachers or adults.
About one in six Americans - 48 million people - will get a food-borne illness this year, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates. The Partnership for Food Safety Education, at
http://www.fightbac.org/ wants to help keep you and your loved ones from becoming part of that statistic! Read on to learn of some common food safety myths you might not be aware of.
By law, everybody can obtain three free credit reports each year. The information in your credit report affects your life in important ways-your ability to get a loan, how much you pay for credit and insurance, securing a job, renting a house or apartment, and preventing identity theft. It is important to check your report regularly to make sure it is accurate and up-to-date. The credit reporting system is set up so that you are responsible for finding and correcting errors. You must play the role of quality controller for the information in your reports.
This is a monthly newsletter published by K-State Research and Extension's Rapid Response Center with news articles based on questions received, current food safety issues, or information based on the time of the year.