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Sun Protection for Your Children

By Suzanna Smith My children were all born during the summer months, and as we gradually spent more and more time outside, I wondered how best to protect them from the hot summer sun. Like all babies, their… Read More

Family Nutrition In Action

IN THIS ISSUE: ♦   Eat Right, Your Way, Everyday! ♦   Go Healthy Ethnic Foods ♦   Veggie Corner: Carrot ♦   Recipe: Honey Rosemary Carrots

Family Nutrition in Action: Bonus Newsletter

Lose the Salt, but not the Flavor! Sodium Chloride, your common table salt, is needed by the body in small amounts. Most Americans, however, eat foods with more sodium than they need. High intakes of sodium can result in… Read More

Family Nutrition In Action

Cooking With Kids Cooking with your children may seem like a recipe for disaster! Don’t worry! Your children can help you in the kitchen when you give them small tasks. Cooking is a great way to spend some… Read More

Television & Attention Problems

Courtesy of Shelley Swenson Wakulla County Extension FCS/EFNEP Agent II   By Diana Converse Many parents at one time or another have put a young child in front of a television for a few minutes of household peace…. Read More

Child Poverty Increasing

Courtesy of Shelley Swenson Family and Consumer Sciences/ Expanded Food and Nutrition Program UF/IFAS Wakulla County Extension When we think of poor children, the images of starving children across the world may come to mind. However…Read more about… Read More