Examples of information available from the Extension Library under Health:
Breastfeeding: New Health Benefits
Overview of the health benefits to infants of breastfeeding.
Eating Great Lakes Fish
Bulletin describing the nature of fish contaminants, the amount of contaminants in the Great Lakes, how they get into fish and the potential health effects of eating the fish. Major revision
Every Body is Good
Every Body is Good Curriculum (EBIG) is a set of lessons designed for use by any teacher to promote healthy weight and a positive body image in students. There are two 20-minute lessons for each grade K-6, two lessons for 7th and 8th grades, and two lessons for 9th-12th grades.
Family Bookbag Tip Sheet - Information for Families on Nutrition, Physical Activity, Health, and Reading
Tip sheet providing ideas for parents to help their children to become better readers, increase their vocabulary, eat a healthy diet, and increase their physical activity.
Measuring Financial Performance: A Critical Key to Managing Risk
This article discusses common financial information and performance measures frequently used by farmers and lenders to evaluate farm financial health and make risk management decisions.
Balancing Your Retirement Budget
Parts of the bulletins were adapted from Maryland factsheet 424 "Managing Assets in Retirement"
The bulletin suggests ways to examine your retirement income, and expenses and make necessary adjustments.
Sources of Retierment Income, Relation of Retirement Income to Inflation, Balancing Income and Expenses, Increasing Income, Using your home to yield Income, Survivor's Income, Estimated Survivor's Income after Retirement, Managing Expenses in Retirement, Housing Costs, Health Care Costs, Taxes, Keeping Your Affairs in Order, Help When You Need It
How to prepare before old age for health, money, shelter and more after reaching age
Archive copy of bulletin. Do not use for current recommendations.