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  • Cheese 101 (2015)
    components For example instead of a grilled cheese sandwich use less cheese and add baby spinach and spicy mustard for more intense flavors Use 1 ounce of pre packaged cheese such as mini Babybel or part skim milk string cheese for a snack along with a piece of fruit or some raw vegetables So you may be asking why cheese Why now Well it may come as no surprise that this all started by looking through the nutrition information I couldn t stop Knowing the saturated fat and cholesterol in a variety of cheeses can help inform consumers and lead them to make healthy choices So I decided to dig deeper and this is how it came to be I always say information is knowledge Someone fighting a battle with high cholesterol and they have not cut their cheese consumption will continue the fight I have lots of nutrition education information I would love to share with you that can help you with some of the problems you are having If you have groups that are families with children and low income I would be happy to do a series of classes with you My contact information is at the bottom of the page There s a lot more information to go along with this that I can share in a group setting Information obtained from the Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2010 For more information contact Lethia Lee EFNEP Assistant with the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service at 910 592 7161 Written By Lethia Lee EFNEP Program Assistant 910 592 7161 lethia lee ncsu edu Sampson County North Carolina Posted on May 11 2015 Was the information on this page helpful Yes No Care to tell us why Send Explanation Do You Recommend This Article Tweet Find more stories like Health Nutrition on Sampson County Center or checkout all the other tags we use Topic Categories and Standalone Pages 4 H Youth Development Agriculture Food Animal Agriculture Aquaculture Commercial Horticulture Nursery Turf Farm Health Safety Field Crops Food Safety Processing Local Foods Pest Management Specialty Crops Community Forest Resources Health Nutrition Home Family Lawn Garden Soil Water Air Sampson County Center 55 Agriculture Pl Clinton NC 28328 Map 910 592 7161 910 592 9513 fax Office Hours 8 5 Mon Fri Explore more content from North Carolina Cooperative Extension Tweets from our team Tweets by ncce news Visit one of our other sites Ag BioTech 4 H FFA Shelton Leadership Travel Program Advisory Leadership System Agriculture Natural Resources Community and Rural Development Blackberry Raspberry Information Blueberries Christmas Trees Community Development Community Gardens Cotton Cut Flowers Entomology Insect Biology and Management Equine Husbandry Extension Forestry Extension Gardener Extension Plant Pathology Families Family Consumer Sciences Program Food Safety Gardening Growing Small Farms Healthy Homes Home Energy Conservation Horticulture Integrated Pest Management Local Food Meat Goats Military Outreach Muscadine Grapes NC AgVentures NC Choices NC Cooperative Extension Centennial NC Disaster Information Center NC Farm School NC Fresh Produce Safety NC Pesticide Safety Education

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  • Sweaters To Shorts (2015)
    the right time can make a big difference when it comes to healthy eating Have you ever gone to the refrigerator opened the door and just looked and didn t see what you wanted You were supposed to be hungry and if you were hungry you would have left with something to eat There are different things we can be hungry for but we assume that it s food when truthfully it s not we could be lonely sad depressed or have some other reason that makes us want to eat It is important to determine what you are hungry for before you make the choice that it s for food For more information contact Lethia Lee EFNEP Assistant with the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service at 910 592 7161 Written By Lethia Lee EFNEP Program Assistant 910 592 7161 lethia lee ncsu edu Sampson County North Carolina Posted on Apr 27 2015 Was the information on this page helpful Yes No Care to tell us why Send Explanation Do You Recommend This Article Tweet Find more stories like Health Nutrition on Sampson County Center or checkout all the other tags we use Topic Categories and Standalone Pages 4 H Youth Development Agriculture Food Animal Agriculture Aquaculture Commercial Horticulture Nursery Turf Farm Health Safety Field Crops Food Safety Processing Local Foods Pest Management Specialty Crops Community Forest Resources Health Nutrition Home Family Lawn Garden Soil Water Air Sampson County Center 55 Agriculture Pl Clinton NC 28328 Map 910 592 7161 910 592 9513 fax Office Hours 8 5 Mon Fri Explore more content from North Carolina Cooperative Extension Tweets from our team Tweets by ncce news Visit one of our other sites Ag BioTech 4 H FFA Shelton Leadership Travel Program Advisory Leadership System Agriculture Natural Resources Community and Rural Development Blackberry Raspberry Information Blueberries Christmas Trees Community Development Community Gardens Cotton Cut Flowers Entomology Insect Biology and Management Equine Husbandry Extension Forestry Extension Gardener Extension Plant Pathology Families Family Consumer Sciences Program Food Safety Gardening Growing Small Farms Healthy Homes Home Energy Conservation Horticulture Integrated Pest Management Local Food Meat Goats Military Outreach Muscadine Grapes NC AgVentures NC Choices NC Cooperative Extension Centennial NC Disaster Information Center NC Farm School NC Fresh Produce Safety NC Pesticide Safety Education NC Steps to Health North Carolina Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program Organic Grains Peach Growers Information Poinsettias Poultry 4 H Youth Poultry Extension Soil Science Extension Soybeans Spotted Wing Drosophila Strawberry Growers Information Therapeutic Horticulture Tobacco Growers Information Tourism Extension Find Someone in Our Directory Search by Name County or Dept Search NC State s directory Search NC A T s directory Have a question Maybe One of our Experts can help Ask an Expert What s Popular This Month Pruning Knock Out Roses by Guilford County on 2 7 Energy Tax Credits for Home Improvements Improve Your Home AND Your Utility Bills by Home Energy Conservation Portal on 6 3 How Do I Prune Crape Myrtle by Pender County

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  • Home & Family | North Carolina Cooperative Extension | Page 4
    magnitude of agriculture is around us With fall here it is even more evident tractors and combines active in the fields harvesting MORE Posted 11 1 13 Crock Pot Time Again As the temperature starts to drop we all start thinking about easy ways to make a warm comforting dinner and what better way than with a crock pot It s the perfect time of year MORE Posted 10 22 13 How To Make The Most Of Selling Your Clutter Fall is here and it is a great time to mobilize your family to clean out the clutter a garage sale will get them in action A garage sale is a great way MORE Posted 9 30 13 Quick And Easy School Night Suppers Well school is back and Labor Day is behind us so like or not it is time to get back into the schedule of the school year With ball games club meetings and MORE Posted 9 17 13 You re on page 4 Previous Page Next Page Learn More Using the Resources Below Extension Programs at NC State University Family Resource Management Housing and Energy Human Development North Carolina Cooperative Extension Disaster Information Center Soil Science Septic Systems and Soil Properties Vermicomposting in North Carolina Information Portals Families Home Energy Conservation Partnerships and Organizations Center for Universal Design Children Youth and Families Education and Research Network CYFERnet North Carolina Solar Center Publications Information and News Extension Publications for Home and Family Population Housing and Economic Data for North Carolina Residential Structural and Community Pests Stormwater Resources for Officials Real Estate Professionals and Homeowners Wildlife Damage Control Topic Categories and Standalone Pages 4 H Youth Development Agriculture Food Animal Agriculture Aquaculture Commercial Horticulture Nursery Turf Farm Health Safety Field Crops Food Safety Processing Local Foods Pest Management Specialty Crops Community Forest Resources Health Nutrition Home Family Lawn Garden Soil Water Air Sampson County Center 55 Agriculture Pl Clinton NC 28328 Map 910 592 7161 910 592 9513 fax Office Hours 8 5 Mon Fri Explore more content from North Carolina Cooperative Extension Tweets from our team Tweets by ncce news Visit one of our other sites Ag BioTech 4 H FFA Shelton Leadership Travel Program Advisory Leadership System Agriculture Natural Resources Community and Rural Development Blackberry Raspberry Information Blueberries Christmas Trees Community Development Community Gardens Cotton Cut Flowers Entomology Insect Biology and Management Equine Husbandry Extension Forestry Extension Gardener Extension Plant Pathology Families Family Consumer Sciences Program Food Safety Gardening Growing Small Farms Healthy Homes Home Energy Conservation Horticulture Integrated Pest Management Local Food Meat Goats Military Outreach Muscadine Grapes NC AgVentures NC Choices NC Cooperative Extension Centennial NC Disaster Information Center NC Farm School NC Fresh Produce Safety NC Pesticide Safety Education NC Steps to Health North Carolina Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program Organic Grains Peach Growers Information Poinsettias Poultry 4 H Youth Poultry Extension Soil Science Extension Soybeans Spotted Wing Drosophila Strawberry Growers Information Therapeutic Horticulture Tobacco Growers Information Tourism Extension Find Someone in

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  • Furnace Filters 101 (2014)
    element This type of filter should be washed monthly High initial cost and maintenance are disadvantages as is the cost of repair if the power unit fails These filters remove up to 94 of submicron particles The following factors affect the life of a filter the presence of house pets tobacco smoke remodeling and woodworking in home and continuous fan operation Filters should be replaced more often when any or all or these factors exist Always follow the manufacturer s recommendations on the filter package for replacing filters Replacing old filters for new ones is critical for the best operation of your heating and air conditioning system Make a note on the calendar as a reminder to change filters in your home Also write the date you replace the filter and you will not have to guess when it comes time to replace it again Resource American Lung Association For more information contact Kim Reid Extension Agent with the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service 910 592 7161 Written By Kim Reid Extension Agent Family and Consumer Sciences 910 592 7161 kim reid ncsu edu Sampson County North Carolina Posted on Dec 8 2014 Was the information on this page helpful Yes No Care to tell us why Send Explanation Do You Recommend This Article Tweet Find more stories like Home Family on Sampson County Center or checkout all the other tags we use Topic Categories and Standalone Pages 4 H Youth Development Agriculture Food Animal Agriculture Aquaculture Commercial Horticulture Nursery Turf Farm Health Safety Field Crops Food Safety Processing Local Foods Pest Management Specialty Crops Community Forest Resources Health Nutrition Home Family Lawn Garden Soil Water Air Sampson County Center 55 Agriculture Pl Clinton NC 28328 Map 910 592 7161 910 592 9513 fax Office Hours 8 5 Mon Fri Explore more content from North Carolina Cooperative Extension Tweets from our team Tweets by ncce news Visit one of our other sites Ag BioTech 4 H FFA Shelton Leadership Travel Program Advisory Leadership System Agriculture Natural Resources Community and Rural Development Blackberry Raspberry Information Blueberries Christmas Trees Community Development Community Gardens Cotton Cut Flowers Entomology Insect Biology and Management Equine Husbandry Extension Forestry Extension Gardener Extension Plant Pathology Families Family Consumer Sciences Program Food Safety Gardening Growing Small Farms Healthy Homes Home Energy Conservation Horticulture Integrated Pest Management Local Food Meat Goats Military Outreach Muscadine Grapes NC AgVentures NC Choices NC Cooperative Extension Centennial NC Disaster Information Center NC Farm School NC Fresh Produce Safety NC Pesticide Safety Education NC Steps to Health North Carolina Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program Organic Grains Peach Growers Information Poinsettias Poultry 4 H Youth Poultry Extension Soil Science Extension Soybeans Spotted Wing Drosophila Strawberry Growers Information Therapeutic Horticulture Tobacco Growers Information Tourism Extension Find Someone in Our Directory Search by Name County or Dept Search NC State s directory Search NC A T s directory Have a question Maybe One of our Experts can help Ask an Expert What s Popular This Month

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  • Stay Warm, Be Safe (2014)
    could be inoperative during a power outage Check to see if your smoke alarm uses a back up battery and install a new battery at least twice a year Smoke alarms should be installed on every level of your home and inside and outside of sleeping areas And possibly the most important safety tip is make certain that your homes smoke alarms are in proper working order All smoke alarms should be tested monthly Batteries should be replaced at least twice a year Source Ohio Department of Commerce For more information contact Kim Reid Extension Agent with the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service 910 592 7161 Written By Kim Reid Extension Agent Family and Consumer Sciences 910 592 7161 kim reid ncsu edu Sampson County North Carolina Posted on Nov 25 2014 Was the information on this page helpful Yes No Care to tell us why Send Explanation Do You Recommend This Article Tweet Find more stories like Home Family on Sampson County Center or checkout all the other tags we use Topic Categories and Standalone Pages 4 H Youth Development Agriculture Food Animal Agriculture Aquaculture Commercial Horticulture Nursery Turf Farm Health Safety Field Crops Food Safety Processing Local Foods Pest Management Specialty Crops Community Forest Resources Health Nutrition Home Family Lawn Garden Soil Water Air Sampson County Center 55 Agriculture Pl Clinton NC 28328 Map 910 592 7161 910 592 9513 fax Office Hours 8 5 Mon Fri Explore more content from North Carolina Cooperative Extension Tweets from our team Tweets by ncce news Visit one of our other sites Ag BioTech 4 H FFA Shelton Leadership Travel Program Advisory Leadership System Agriculture Natural Resources Community and Rural Development Blackberry Raspberry Information Blueberries Christmas Trees Community Development Community Gardens Cotton Cut Flowers Entomology Insect Biology and Management Equine Husbandry Extension Forestry Extension Gardener Extension Plant Pathology Families Family Consumer Sciences Program Food Safety Gardening Growing Small Farms Healthy Homes Home Energy Conservation Horticulture Integrated Pest Management Local Food Meat Goats Military Outreach Muscadine Grapes NC AgVentures NC Choices NC Cooperative Extension Centennial NC Disaster Information Center NC Farm School NC Fresh Produce Safety NC Pesticide Safety Education NC Steps to Health North Carolina Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program Organic Grains Peach Growers Information Poinsettias Poultry 4 H Youth Poultry Extension Soil Science Extension Soybeans Spotted Wing Drosophila Strawberry Growers Information Therapeutic Horticulture Tobacco Growers Information Tourism Extension Find Someone in Our Directory Search by Name County or Dept Search NC State s directory Search NC A T s directory Have a question Maybe One of our Experts can help Ask an Expert What s Popular This Month Pruning Knock Out Roses by Guilford County on 2 7 Energy Tax Credits for Home Improvements Improve Your Home AND Your Utility Bills by Home Energy Conservation Portal on 6 3 How Do I Prune Crape Myrtle by Pender County on 2 14 What Are the Advantages of Using Artificial Insemination AI in Your Livestock Breeding Program by Wilkes County on

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  • There’s Still Time To Select 2014 Medicare Drug Plan (2014)
    Seniors Health Insurance Information Program by calling 1 800 443 9354 Monday through Friday from 8 a m to 5 p m SHIIP is a division of the North Carolina Department of Insurance and can assist anyone with questions about Medicare Part D coverage information and enrollment Trained SHIIP counselors are available for one on one counseling appointments in all 100 North Carolina counties For more information contact SHIIP at 1 800 443 9354 or visit www ncshiip com For more information contact Kim Reid Extension Agent with the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service 910 592 7161 Written By Kim Reid Extension Agent Family and Consumer Sciences 910 592 7161 kim reid ncsu edu Sampson County North Carolina Posted on Nov 17 2014 Was the information on this page helpful Yes No Care to tell us why Send Explanation Do You Recommend This Article Tweet Find more stories like Home Family on Sampson County Center or checkout all the other tags we use Topic Categories and Standalone Pages 4 H Youth Development Agriculture Food Animal Agriculture Aquaculture Commercial Horticulture Nursery Turf Farm Health Safety Field Crops Food Safety Processing Local Foods Pest Management Specialty Crops Community Forest Resources Health Nutrition Home Family Lawn Garden Soil Water Air Sampson County Center 55 Agriculture Pl Clinton NC 28328 Map 910 592 7161 910 592 9513 fax Office Hours 8 5 Mon Fri Explore more content from North Carolina Cooperative Extension Tweets from our team Tweets by ncce news Visit one of our other sites Ag BioTech 4 H FFA Shelton Leadership Travel Program Advisory Leadership System Agriculture Natural Resources Community and Rural Development Blackberry Raspberry Information Blueberries Christmas Trees Community Development Community Gardens Cotton Cut Flowers Entomology Insect Biology and Management Equine Husbandry Extension Forestry Extension Gardener Extension Plant Pathology Families Family Consumer Sciences Program Food Safety Gardening Growing Small Farms Healthy Homes Home Energy Conservation Horticulture Integrated Pest Management Local Food Meat Goats Military Outreach Muscadine Grapes NC AgVentures NC Choices NC Cooperative Extension Centennial NC Disaster Information Center NC Farm School NC Fresh Produce Safety NC Pesticide Safety Education NC Steps to Health North Carolina Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program Organic Grains Peach Growers Information Poinsettias Poultry 4 H Youth Poultry Extension Soil Science Extension Soybeans Spotted Wing Drosophila Strawberry Growers Information Therapeutic Horticulture Tobacco Growers Information Tourism Extension Find Someone in Our Directory Search by Name County or Dept Search NC State s directory Search NC A T s directory Have a question Maybe One of our Experts can help Ask an Expert What s Popular This Month Pruning Knock Out Roses by Guilford County on 2 7 Energy Tax Credits for Home Improvements Improve Your Home AND Your Utility Bills by Home Energy Conservation Portal on 6 3 How Do I Prune Crape Myrtle by Pender County on 2 14 What Are the Advantages of Using Artificial Insemination AI in Your Livestock Breeding Program by Wilkes County on 12 5 Does Your Lawn or Garden Need Lime

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  • Little Drips Can Become Big Problems (2014)
    water sources in your home Then go take a reading of your water meter wait a half hour and check the meter again If the meter has advanced you know you have a leak If you suspect a leak but don t know the source turn off each toilet and sink water line Then turn them back on one at a time checking each one for signs of a leak before moving on to the next Look for areas of discoloration on ceilings walls and floors You may notice a crack or cloud shape on your ceiling drywall that has become soft or slightly puffy Periodically pull your refrigerator away from the wall not just for routine cleaning but also to check for water leaks Musty smells near drains sewer lines and floors could also be a signal that there is a leak nearby When you find a problem spot don t delay in repairing and replacing whatever it takes to correct the leak You will be keeping a little drip from becoming a big problem For more call Kim Reid Extension Agent with the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service at 910 592 7161 Written By Kim Reid Extension Agent Family and Consumer Sciences 910 592 7161 kim reid ncsu edu Sampson County North Carolina Posted on Nov 17 2014 Was the information on this page helpful Yes No Care to tell us why Send Explanation Do You Recommend This Article Tweet Find more stories like Home Family on Sampson County Center or checkout all the other tags we use Topic Categories and Standalone Pages 4 H Youth Development Agriculture Food Animal Agriculture Aquaculture Commercial Horticulture Nursery Turf Farm Health Safety Field Crops Food Safety Processing Local Foods Pest Management Specialty Crops Community Forest Resources Health Nutrition Home Family Lawn Garden Soil Water Air Sampson County Center 55 Agriculture Pl Clinton NC 28328 Map 910 592 7161 910 592 9513 fax Office Hours 8 5 Mon Fri Explore more content from North Carolina Cooperative Extension Tweets from our team Tweets by ncce news Visit one of our other sites Ag BioTech 4 H FFA Shelton Leadership Travel Program Advisory Leadership System Agriculture Natural Resources Community and Rural Development Blackberry Raspberry Information Blueberries Christmas Trees Community Development Community Gardens Cotton Cut Flowers Entomology Insect Biology and Management Equine Husbandry Extension Forestry Extension Gardener Extension Plant Pathology Families Family Consumer Sciences Program Food Safety Gardening Growing Small Farms Healthy Homes Home Energy Conservation Horticulture Integrated Pest Management Local Food Meat Goats Military Outreach Muscadine Grapes NC AgVentures NC Choices NC Cooperative Extension Centennial NC Disaster Information Center NC Farm School NC Fresh Produce Safety NC Pesticide Safety Education NC Steps to Health North Carolina Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program Organic Grains Peach Growers Information Poinsettias Poultry 4 H Youth Poultry Extension Soil Science Extension Soybeans Spotted Wing Drosophila Strawberry Growers Information Therapeutic Horticulture Tobacco Growers Information Tourism Extension Find Someone in Our Directory Search by Name County or Dept Search NC

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  • Prescription Drug Assistance for Low-Income Medicare Beneficiaries (2014)
    a reduced co pay of 2 55 for generic drugs and 6 35 for name brand drugs as well as lower monthly premiums When you apply for Extra Help through Social Security s website you can also choose the option to apply for Medicare Savings Programs during the online application process The SHIIP office can assist you with applying online for the Extra Help program and subsequently the Medicare Savings Programs through the Social Security Administration website at www socialsecurity gov Medicare beneficiaries may also apply online themselves or by contacting the Social Security Administration at 1 800 772 1213 SHIIP a division of the North Carolina Department of Insurance has volunteers in all 100 counties in North Carolina who offer one on one counseling and provide free unbiased information about Medicare Medicare supplements Medicare Part D Medicare Advantage and health plan options and long term care insurance To contact SHIIP call 1 855 408 1212 or contact your local SHIIP coordinator Kim Reid 910 592 716 or you can visit www ncshiip com Written By Kim Reid Extension Agent Family and Consumer Sciences 910 592 7161 kim reid ncsu edu Sampson County North Carolina Posted on Sep 29 2014 Was the information on this page helpful Yes No Care to tell us why Send Explanation Do You Recommend This Article Tweet Find more stories like Home Family on Sampson County Center or checkout all the other tags we use Topic Categories and Standalone Pages 4 H Youth Development Agriculture Food Animal Agriculture Aquaculture Commercial Horticulture Nursery Turf Farm Health Safety Field Crops Food Safety Processing Local Foods Pest Management Specialty Crops Community Forest Resources Health Nutrition Home Family Lawn Garden Soil Water Air Sampson County Center 55 Agriculture Pl Clinton NC 28328 Map 910 592 7161 910 592 9513 fax Office Hours 8 5 Mon Fri Explore more content from North Carolina Cooperative Extension Tweets from our team Tweets by ncce news Visit one of our other sites Ag BioTech 4 H FFA Shelton Leadership Travel Program Advisory Leadership System Agriculture Natural Resources Community and Rural Development Blackberry Raspberry Information Blueberries Christmas Trees Community Development Community Gardens Cotton Cut Flowers Entomology Insect Biology and Management Equine Husbandry Extension Forestry Extension Gardener Extension Plant Pathology Families Family Consumer Sciences Program Food Safety Gardening Growing Small Farms Healthy Homes Home Energy Conservation Horticulture Integrated Pest Management Local Food Meat Goats Military Outreach Muscadine Grapes NC AgVentures NC Choices NC Cooperative Extension Centennial NC Disaster Information Center NC Farm School NC Fresh Produce Safety NC Pesticide Safety Education NC Steps to Health North Carolina Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program Organic Grains Peach Growers Information Poinsettias Poultry 4 H Youth Poultry Extension Soil Science Extension Soybeans Spotted Wing Drosophila Strawberry Growers Information Therapeutic Horticulture Tobacco Growers Information Tourism Extension Find Someone in Our Directory Search by Name County or Dept Search NC State s directory Search NC A T s directory Have a question Maybe One of our Experts can help Ask

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