Whether you are approaching Medicare or already have Medicare, you might be wondering what is the difference between “Original Medicare,” and “Medicare Advantage Plans”?
To begin, think of Original Medicare (parts A & B) as a-la-carte, ... READ MORE
FWC ISSUES NEW EXECUTIVE ORDER OUTLINING NEW HUNTING REGULATIONS FOR CHRONIC WASTING DISEASE MANAGEMENT ZONE
Following confirmation of a positive test sample for chronic wasting disease (CWD) in Holmes County in June 2023, the Florida ... READ MORE
This blog was written by Luis Acosta, a 4-H Teen Ambassador in Miami-Dade County.
Malnutrition and Our Neurological Health
“You are what you eat”. It needs to be understood that nutrition is the basis of health. In a sense, it's what powers ... READ MORE
We’ve had a remarkable amount of practice helping people and places in a hurricane’s path, this time in the Big Bend and Live Oak.
Jeanna Mastrodicasa again coordinated relief efforts before, during and after Idalia, this time at ... READ MORE
The success of the UF/IFAS Suwannee County’s Quilt in a Week camp could not have happened without a lot of amazing volunteers to help. A big shout out to: Cathy Rogers, Jane Corless, Denise Suits, Lois Scheer, Anda Chance, Sheila ... READ MORE
HURRICANE IDALIA EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE: USDA NRCS ENCOURAGES LANDOWNERS TO APPLY FOR ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY INCENTIVES PROGRAM
U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) can provide assistance, through ... READ MORE
The mulberry (Morus spp.) is a fruiting tree rich in flavor, with nutritious foliage, a myriad of medicinal and culinary value, and a fascinating history. With numerous species, hybrids, and endless cultivars to choose from—a mulberry may ... READ MORE
Ok, so we’ve all heard negative things about so-called ‘deadbeats’. Generally speaking, the term refers to someone who fails to follow through in some way. What if I were to tell you that in the world of credit cards, being a deadbeat ... READ MORE
Do you skip eating breakfast or maybe skimp on breakfast? For some, not being hungry in the morning or not having enough time is a good reason to skip this important meal altogether. But you might want to re-think that habit.
Breakfast ... READ MORE
Renée Goodrich, professor of food science and human nutrition, has been tapped to chair the UF/IFAS department where she’s been a faculty member since 1998.
Goodrich will lead the department’s 25 faculty members, as well as its staff ... READ MORE