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  1. The Thriving Farmer – Information to Help Farmers and Their Families Make Healthful Choices

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    (captaincalclulator.com, nd)! Before leaving for work, you may eat a nutritious breakfast, yet few farmers consume enough ... through the afternoon and into the early evening. One size does not fit all Some farmers may go home for ... lunch, others leave home with a packed lunch, and some may have a loved one deliver their lunch. Also, ...

  2. Feng Qu

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/our-people/feng-qu

    soybean genotypes through direct inoculation of agro-infiltrated Nicotiana benthamiana extract. Plant ...

  3. On Thin Ice? Ice Safety Tips for Outdoor Activities

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    ice to prevent you from breaking through.   If you fall through ice, turn toward the direction you ...

  4. Do You Get the Winter Blues?

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    it just has its own unique demands. However, there may be other things going on in our bodies right ... support strategy that works for you! If there is ever a concern of feeling depressed know it is okay to ... seek out support from a doctor, friend, pastor, or family member. There is also the Suicide Prevention ...

  5. About Us

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    Department of Entomology.  More information in the Positon Description below. Initial consideration May 31, ... Engagement programs that support the needs of clients and stakeholders- OSU Extension Educators, agricultural ... International activities Public Service activities that support the mission of the department, the College of ...

  6. Willpower: Some Help with New Year’s Resolutions

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    that some of you may look forward to something different in 2022. If so, New Year’s resolutions may ... glucose. Without adequate glucose, willpower may be unavailable. For example, when persons who resolve to ... lose weight eat differently, they, by virtue of a changed diet, may reduce their glucose storage. As ...

  7. Working in Cold Temperatures

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    is what we are “used to” and what we can “tolerate”.  What Alaskans think of as cold in January may ... be quite different than what we perceive as cold in the lower 48.  Specific contributing factors may ... others know where you will be working and when you will return. Dressing in layers so clothing may be ...

  8. GRAD: How to Apply

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    (PLNTPTH-PH) Graduate Program.  Other Ohio State graduate programs may have different application requirements ... application fee. Ohio State alumni, students and students in several recruitment programs may be eligible for ... interests, as well as relevant work, research and academic experience.  It may be helpful to include ...

  9. About Us

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    Department of Entomology.  Initial consideration for applications received by May 31, 2022.  See position ... Outreach and Engagement programs that support the needs of clients and stakeholders- OSU Extension ... world.> International activities Public Service activities that support the mission of the department, the ...

  10. Think Differently: A Path Toward Tranquility

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    may respond by raging, at ourselves, others, or conditions. Such reactions rob us, members of our ... may react with aggression, depression, anxiety, and/or feelings of worthlessness. If we change our ... thinking, or beliefs, about people and events, we may reduce our negative emotions, and respond more ...

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