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Health & Wellness
Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is a challenge in our busy world. OSU Extension offers several community outreach programs that equip and encourage Oregonians to eat right and make exercise a part of their daily life. Take the Mastery of Aging Well course, check out some of our recipes, or read our publications and stories about health-related topics in Oregon.
Making a decision about a nursing home is seldom easy. In fact, it may be one of the hardest decisions you'll ever face.
Helpful food safety guidelines to help prevent foodborne illness.
Tips to help keep your kitchen clean, which is a helpful step in reducing germs.
Two weeks ago, when fixing brown basmati rice for dinner (bought from bulk in last 2 mos.) kept some in a kitchen container, noticed black "dust" at bottom of container; put on eye glasses to see - eek!.... many dead teeny tiny black bugs, but about 200 crawling actively. Threw the whole amt. out. b) Now - today - preparing white rice [Bagged - different brand... purchaced within last 4 mos. ] from similar kitchen container I use for daily use....and eek! again the bottom coated w/ black "dust" + about 10% crawling teeny tiny black bugs. Will the remainder not placed into plastic container be be okay in the original bag? Or - - should the BAG be thrown away? How can I prevent this in the future?