Somewhere between the ages of two and five, many young children become “fussy eaters,” temporarily refusing to eat all but a few favorite foods and rejecting other choices--especially vegetables.
If a child s
During the school year, hundreds of thousands of state children benefit from nutrition-boosting school breakfast, lunch and afterschool snack programs. But access to the programs ends along with the school year
Everyone knows yogurt is nutritious, especially if it’s made from low-fat or fat-free milk and fortified with vitamin D. Like the milk it’s made from, yogurt contains calcium, potassium and many other vitamins
Representatives from the Obama Administration, the Walker Administration and a national health policy expert will discuss the pending implementation of the Federal Health Insurance Marketplace in Wisconsin.
MADISON – University of Wisconsin-Extension announced the launch of a new online educational video channel (http://uwexvideochannel.org) to extend its mission of providing access to university resources and all
Madison, Wis.--You visit the doctor to protect your health; experts say your financial health also benefits from a routine check-up.
To make it easier for people to monitor their financial well-being, UW-Exten
Looking for a fun, science-minded activity at Wisconsin State Fair this year?
The Robotics Rally offers an opportunity for youth from around the state to showcase their robotics skills, teamwork and creative
The Wisconsin SBDC at UW-Green Bay, a program of UW-Extension's Division of Entrepreneurship and Economic Development, is co-sponsoring an educational event presented by the International Franchise Association.
Home-canned spaghetti sauce full of the flavor of garden-fresh tomatoes or strawberry jam bursting with fruit at the peak of ripeness can bring a touch of summer to a Wisconsin winter. With the proper equipment
Applications are now available to Wisconsin youth who are interested in attending the National 4-H Dairy Conference in Madison, WI from September 29 to October 2. Each year approximately 200 delegates from acr
Experts generally recommend that babies be given whole milk when they stop drinking breast milk or formula after their first birthday, and then switch to fat-free or low-fat milk after their second birthday. Bu
New research reveals that groundwater can be contaminated by viruses from untreated sewage. While the majority of the state’s municipalities disinfect their public water supplies, about 60 systems that serve th