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September is healthy aging month and this edition discusses the different dimensions of wellness. Learn how to keep foods safe by following safe storage tips for National Food Safety Education Month, read about a great breakfast idea to celebrate Better Breakfast Month and try a Baked Flaked Chicken recipe.

Healthy Aging

Highlighting September as National Food Safety Education Month
In Keeping Food Safe

September is Better Breakfast Month

Baked Flaked Chicken

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Mazzullo, N. 2023, Healthy LIVING while aging! (2023-09), Extension | University of Nevada, Reno, Newsletter

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Using Extension's expertise, the Healthy Aging Initiative (HAI) can connect you with the resources you need to navigate aging and the aging trend. The HAI program offers classes for older adults and those who work with, support and serve as care partners for older adults. Classes include physical activity, nutrition, family and care partner violence, turning your hobby into a small income stream or volunteer opportunities. In addition, we offer information outlining careers in aging, professiona