OSU's Community Nutrition Education Programs provides nutrition education to limited
resource individuals and families within Oklahoma.
Recommendations on diet and physical activity can help heart and blood vessel health from the effects of aging.
Vision loss can affect older adults’ food intake and physical activity; therefore, it’s important to take the time to learn how to promote eye health.
Factors like fiber, fluids and physical activity can help prevent constipation in older adults beginning to feel the effects of aging.
Learning the ways one can promote brain health can help fight age-related cognitive problems.
Loss of bone mass increases over time; therefore, its important to learn how to maintain bone health when aging.
An explanation of age-related pancreas changes along with tips to help prevent them from happening.
A guide to help educate the elderly about the factors of high blood pressure while also offering tips that can help lower health risks.
Even though heart disease is considered a big threat for the elderly, individuals can learn to implement a few simple changes to reduce risks.