Enriching Lives
January 2, 2016
Keeping Healthy New Year's Resolutions
Martha Murphy 
Foods & Nutrition for Limited Resource Families Agent

Each year when January 1 rolls around, about one in three Americans make a New Year's resolution that includes something about healthier living. But how keep those resolution even for the first month. This year, let's resolve to make realistic goals and stick with them all year. ...Complete Article  Audio
Parents Play an Important Role in Shaping Adolescent's Behavior
Chuckie Hessong 
Family & Child Development Agent  

Adolescence is often thought to be from ages 13 to 18, but current research is more likely to consider 10 to 25 an adolescent due to continued brain development. Many parents of adolescents might find themselves asking "Does my child care what I think?" The answer is your child probably cares a great deal about what you think. ...Complete Article  Audio
Featured Recipe
Spiced Veggies and Beans Quiche

Quiche is a French word that might as well mean "tasty," but actually means a baked main dish pie that contains eggs and milk. This crustless recipe offers choices for the veggies and spices to use. Try this recipe to help you keep your healthy resolutions. ...Quiche Recipe

K-State Newsletters

Preserve it Fresh, Preserve if Safe
This newsletter is a bi-monthly publication of K-State Research and Extension and University of Missouri Extension to provide information on safe food preservation.

January/February 2016 Newsletter 
Nourishing the Next Generation 
This newsletter is a bi-monthly publication of K-State Research and Extension designed for grandmothers and grandfathers who care for a child (or children) of any age: infants through teens. Others who may be interested include other family members, many child care providers, neighbors and friends.

You Asked It!
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.
Calendar of Events

2016 FCS Lessons

February 23, 2016 and

March 22, 2016
Starting at 10:00 am
Southeast Area K-State Research and Extension Facility
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Parsons, KS 67357
Meet the Agents

Barbara Ames
Nutrition, Health & Food Safety
Phone: 620-331-2690

Family & Child Development
Phone: 620-724-8233

Kylie Ludwig
Family Resource Management & Community Development
Phone: 620-784-5337

Martha Murphy
Foods & Nutrition for
Limited Resource Families
Phone: 620-232-1930

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