In the United States, 86 percent of all health spending is related to chronic conditions – things like diabetes, high blood pressure, high cho…
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It is almost time to make those New Year’s resolutions. This year might be a good time to focus on one that could save your life. While all notions of self-improvement have their value, driving is one area where our actions can affect not only ourselves, but other drivers and passengers on the road. Motor vehicle crashes and fatalities are higher than they have been for many years. According to the Texas Department of Transportation, from 2019 to 2020 there has been a nearly 19 percent increase in fatalities on our roads. Sadly, nearly 47 percent of those killed were not wearing their seat belts!
Winter solstice, the first official day of winter, Dec. 21, is still more than a month away. But with freezing temperatures around the corner, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service experts have tips on how to protect your plants, pipes and pets.
This Thanksgiving holiday, the Texas Department of Transportation and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration are teaming up with T…
Costs for preparing holiday meals will be higher this year as prices for most everyday staples and specialty items used in traditional baking recipes are up, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert.
In November, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension recognizes National Diabetes Month.
Beekeeping 101 will take place as a series of virtual-live trainings in October. There will also be an optional in-person field day.
Texas producers expect above-average yields and quality from their pecan trees this season, and consumers should expect decent prices for the nut this fall, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert.