Changing behavior within a relatively short timeframe is challenging, but one research study in Rwanda found that involving fathers was helpful for changing their behavior in support of improving the nutrition of their children. After the study’s ... READ MORE
Some workplaces can be dangerous. In fact, more than 2 million people were injured or got sick in America, while on the job in the private sector in 2021.
That’s why University of Florida researcher Serap Gorucu and her colleagues make ... READ MORE
March of 2000, wasn’t that a million years ago? That was the last time I walked into the show ring at the Putnam County Fair as a youth exhibitor. Who would have thought I would come back to that same arena as the University of Florida/IFAS ... READ MORE
The change of seasons here in North Florida provides a time to encourage kids to put away the tablets and phones and get in touch with the outdoors. Youth need time to reconnect with nature. A great way to teach them about the great outdoors ... READ MORE
Hillsborough 4-H: Looking Four-ward to a New Year!
Hillsborough County 4-H'ers are resilient! With so many changes brought on by COVID-19, 4-H clubs held virtual meetings, club leaders made sure everyone participated and felt included, youth ... READ MORE
Until recently mental health has been a "hush hush" topic. Unfortunately, many people have been pushed to the breaking point due to untreated mental illnesses. Nowadays many children and teenagers face an adverse number of battles; many of which ... READ MORE
Do you have children or grandchildren? If so at this point, you have probably heard about the changes to the Child Tax Credit through the American Rescue Act. However, for most people it seems to bring more questions than answers and now they ... READ MORE
We’ve all heard of the evil step mother who played the saint around her husband and the villain around her step children, probably from watching or reading too many fairytales. I guess what I’m trying to say is according to pop ... READ MORE
After watching a video about putting “magic” on food so a dad could get his daughter to eat, I started thinking about the millions of tricks parents come up with to get their children to eat. According to the National Institutes of Health ... READ MORE
March kicks off National Developmental Disabilities Awareness month. A month in which we get to learn more about ways in which we can make a difference in helping those with disabilities reach their full potential. What exactly encompasses a ... READ MORE