National Healthy Homes Month (NHHM), created by HUD’s Office of Lead Hazard Control and Healthy Homes (OLHCHH), is an outreach campaign designed to help people.
The upcoming holiday season will provide an overabundance of every kind of food imaginable as well as more opportunities where food will be served. To avoid putting on any extra pounds, here are some simple tips you can follow to help you make it through the holidays.
When families gather for the holidays, gifts are exchanged and relationships are renewed. Gifts don’t have to come in packages. They can be delivered through words and actions.
Practical tips for parents to become involved in their children's schoolwork, including helping with homework. Studies show that with support from parents, the children do better in school.
Tips for how parents can play a key role in helping students develop good habits now.
The holidays should be a relaxing time to visit with family and friends, but too often the stress of entertaining can make the season less enjoyable. This article provides tips on how to make holidays more enjoyable.
Food is a necessity for life, and as a result, a three-day emergency food supply is something you hear a lot about when hurricane season approaches. Many people are not sure what makes up a three-day emergency food supply. It actually involves more than just the food.
As the first day of school approaches, many parents find themselves anxious about how their children will adjust.
Family members should eat together throughout the year. You always hear that family time is very important during the holidays, and eating together as a family allows you to spend more time with loved ones.
News article about family rituals from LaSalle Parish Extension Agent Kimberly Evans.
Although it takes years for children to develop a sound sense of money and how to use it, summer provides a perfect time for parents to lay a foundation for children to form positive money management skills.
News article about gardening with children from LaSalle Parish Extension Agent Kimberly Evans.