Mississippi State University Extension Service recognizes that local citizens can and are doing much to impact health in their communities. Both county and state health coalitions are actively working toward improving health conditions. These coalitions are organizations made up of diverse groups of individuals who are interested in seeking solutions to common health problems or concerns. MSU Extension Service is currently partnering with community-based coalitions in 56 of the state's 82 counties. In addition, state coalitions are seeking to address issues of access, cancer control, and chronic disease. By working together, we can raise Mississippi's health status to a new level.
A commitment to improving public health issues in Mississippi has brought David Buys to the presidency of the organization dedicated to similar goals.
Mississippians can do their part to combat the national opioid crisis and protect their home environments by dropping off unused medications at take-back sites around the state on Oct. 27.
Mississippi State is launching a comprehensive initiative to help Mississippians battle obesity with a $5.5 million grant awarded to MSU Extension by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Hummus is a popular dip, but why pay top dollar for the pre-made varieties sold in the store when you can make your own?
(Photo by Jonathan Parrish/Cindy Callahan)
Summertime means eating more salads. So have you ever eaten a salad and thought about changing the dressing to fit your taste? It’s easy and fun to do. And the good news is, you don’t have to make a lot to try new flavor combinations. (Photo by Jonathan Parrish/Cindy Callahan)
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