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email@example.comThe latest Marketbasket Survey, conducted by the Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation in December 2011, indicates that average retail food prices in supermarkets across the state have decreased by 1 percent during this last quarter. According to the survey,...
The holidays are here again! While being active is important in maintaining a healthy weight, staying off the SoFAS has a different meaning in terms of your weight. SoFAS are calories from solid fat and add sugars. It’s a new term used in the 2010...
As we get ready for a fall full of football and other fun activities, don’t forget that food safety is a very important part of enjoying any outdoor eating experience. Since many of us want to spend time at the game and not a lot of hours cooking,...
In June, the USDA began a fresh new approach to nutrition and what we eat with MyPlate. MyPlate is the new generation food icon to help us think differently about our food choices and make those choices more positive. One of the recommendations is to make...
Four area school systems are eligible to participate in a new program this year to provide free meals to more students. Kentucky, Illinois and Tennessee will participate in the initial year of a universal free meal service option that may make it easier...
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Cattle — as well as sheep and goat — producers and their veterinarians understand the need for effective antimicrobials and vaccines for the health of their herds. Animal drugs are carefully regulated by the Food and Drug Administration to...
Contributing WriterLast week, we adopted a small dog and entered the great world of pet ownership. He already has captured our hearts, but we definitely don’t want him to capture our wallets. So, in my typical fashion, I’ve been searching the Internet and the...
Dear parents and community members: We have received questions and emails regarding the Community Eligibility Option that you read about in The Winchester Sun. I want to take this opportunity to provide some details about the option and how it will impact...
Henderson awarded scholarship Joshua Henderson has received a Kentucky Grocers Association/Kentucky Association of Convenience Stores scholarship in participation with The Kroger Co. and the Kentucky Grocers Education Foundation. Henderson is a 2010...
S.A.V.E. Center visits Creative Montessori Jenise Smith from the S.A.V.E. Center and Jessamine County Animal Control Officer Frank Ruggiero were guest speakers at Creative Montessori School on Wednesday, May 25. They talked to students about how to...
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The Winchester SunThanks to a partnership between the Clark County Health Department and Clark County Public Schools, as well as St. Agatha Academy, fourth- and fifth-grade students this spring have the opportunity to be the first students in the state to participate in...
Tags: Overweight, Health, Human Interest, Tampa, Hamburgers
Most men do not pay attention to their health as women do. In comparison to women, men are more likely to smoke and drink, make unhealthy or risky choices and put off regular check-ups with their physician. The good news is that it is never too late to...
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