Let’s Move! Pennsylvania conference awards three mini-grants to put knowledge and best practices learned at the conference into action in local communities.
With an incubation period of one to four days, how do you know if you have the flu or just the common cold?
Now that we're in some of the coldest days of Winter, its good news that January is Soup Month!
It's not always easy to tell the difference between foodborne illness, also referred to as food poisoning and influenza.
Winter weather often makes both adults and children feel less than active, while research says people should get at least one hour of moderate to vigorous physical activity daily. So how can this happen in the winter?
You may be wondering about the effects of caffeine, in particular, or coffee and other stimulants in general. We are still learning about these powerful substances and their effects!
Many people will be heading to the mall this holiday season. Not only are there lots of gifts from which to choose, but also a variety of food and snacks. Be careful when making food selections and avoid overeating.
Everyone takes to baking during the holiday season and those cakes, cookies, candies and traditional favorites can be so tempting. How can you enjoy a taste but not overindulge?
Penn State Extension's Let's Move! Pennsylvania conference shared research and more on childhood obesity prevention.
As the cooler weather sets in, the soup or stock pot comes out. Learn how to make your own vegetable stock with what you may already have on hand.
Are there foods you can eat that can actually benefit your body by reducing the inflammation that contributes to the pain and progression of many diseases? Read more about the power of berries!