As the days of summer come and go, the reminders keep popping up that it's that time again. The fall semester is starting soon.
Even before the challenges of this particular era, navigating university life in a different city could be daunting. ... READ MORE
Your friend is back in town and ready for the best visit ever.
The pollen forecast is on your side this time, so you have decided to spend the day enjoying the sunshine and summer weather.
At the park, you dust off your soccer skills, ... READ MORE
The summer solstice has come and gone, leaving in its wake longer days and their joys.
Swimming. Visiting local parks. Reading at the beach. Wowing guests with your grilling abilities, or passing these valuable skills on to someone else.
The ... READ MORE
The idea of people as "creatures of habit" is a familiar one. What can happen when a major source of daily routine and structure is disrupted?
"Coping with Stress during a Job Loss," an Ask IFAS publication from the UF/IFAS Department of ... READ MORE
As Asian Pacific American Heritage Month comes to a close, let’s spotlight some Asian vegetables Florida growers produce. The below fun facts are from the Asian Vegetables Emerging in Florida series, published by the UF/IFAS Horticultural ... READ MORE
Ah, warm weather. Stunning biodiversity. Idyllic spots for basking. These are a few iconic aspects of life in Florida.
Unfortunately, so are hurricanes.
These large storms and their effects are sometimes taken for granted. Weather-related ... READ MORE
Your friend meets you for dinner after a long day. After one look at his fitness wearable, his face falls.
"I skipped my run today," he mutters. "My workouts just feel like another chore."
As he picks at his entree, you propose an after-dinner ... READ MORE
Today is the day. A friend who moved away years ago is returning for a visit, and you can hardly wait to get outside with your picnic basket.
Until you see it: the coat of pollen all over your car. You and your friend both have allergies.
Still, ... READ MORE
Two gourmets sit at home and drink their coffee. It's the same brand they have been drinking every day for the past two years. "What will we have for lunch today," one wonders aloud while gazing out the window. They realize they have been alternating ... READ MORE
As we enter the second year of the COVID-19 pandemic, the prospect of catching the virus has become less of a barrier to many of us conducting daily life. Even for those of us who are vaccinated and boosted, it is important to be aware of how ... READ MORE