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Physical activity is a strong benefit during COVID-19

Ask the Professor. Anne Lindsay answers several commonly asked questions about mental and physical health.

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Use COVID-19 time at home to foster healthy family relationships

Eating meals together as a family is one way to stay connected with one another and engage in positive conversation and activities.

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Extension offers online session for meat producers and consumers amid COVID

Weekly sessions feature grass-roots experts to answer questions and offer insight.

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COVID-19 contributing to domestic violence: what to do.

University of Nevada, Reno Extension provides information on how to help yourself or others.

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Extension offers weekly online town halls and webinars to help small businesses

Discussions aim to help small businesses connect, pivot and adapt amid COVID-19.

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Meeting COVID-19 challenges: Understand dates on food labels before discarding

With some items becoming harder to come by, University of Nevada, Reno nutritionist offers clarification

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4-H youth sew masks for Carson-Tahoe Hospital, Elko County Emergency Operations Center

Elko County 4-H youth partner with 4-H alumna and others to help doctors, nurses

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Victory garden starter kits provide hope during pandemic

Extension helps families begin growing their own food during shelter-in-place order,

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Physical Activities To Do With Your Children

Children have different needs at each age and stage of their development. Each child is also unique. If it's been a while since you've had children in the house, check out this list for activities that can help children learn, have fun, experience success, and feel good about themselves.

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Choosing Healthy Snacks for your Preschooler: Go, Slow, Whoa Snacks

A guide to help your preschooler choose a healthy snack following the Go, Slow, Whoa guidelines.

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Go, Slow, and Whoa: Healthy vs. Unhealthy

We can help our children recognize which foods are better choices with GO, SLOW and WHOA.

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