During the holidays, many people tend to drink more alcohol than usual. When you’re out with friends or at a party, how much is enough?
If the holidays are supposed to be so great, why is everyone so stressed out this time of year? Faculty Jim Bates recommends some tried-and-true techniques for navigating through the holidays.
Chow Line allows individuals to ask questions to (and receive answers from) OSU Extension Family and Consumer Sciences experts. Q: My grandchildren are coming for an extended … More >>
Chow Line allows individuals to ask questions to (and receive answers from) OSU Extension Family and Consumer Sciences experts. Q: I don’t usually have much of a … More >>
November is National Diabetes Month. Learn how different factors, including stress and burnout, affect your blood glucose levels.
Remember to be mindful of food safety and food prep this Thanksgiving to avoid potentially serious foodborne illnesses.
A new study of mothers in therapy for drug and alcohol addiction can recover faster if they children are involved in their treatment.
PhD student Hanna Paulose is driven to make an impact on the world. Now she is helping a United Nations organization establish sustainable tourism worldwide.