Tag Archives: health

Walk Through Texas History

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service invites you to join us for a 4 week challenge to Walk Through Texas History! Join District 8 Texas A&M AgriLife Extension in our Multi-County Walk Through Texas History COVID-19 Challenge beginning April 20th.  Walk Through Texas History is a four-week program designed to help Texans establish the habit of regular physical activity while learning the rich history of Texas. Each adult team may include up to 8 team members, all working together to reach designated goals while following along legendary historical paths… Read More →

Step Up, Scale Down

Here at the end of January, it is not uncommon for those New Year’s Resolutions to start tapering off. Whether it is a lack of motivation, frustration with results, or just difficulty scheduling time for exercise and nutritious cooking, this is that time of year where some of us just fall off the horse. If you are having difficulty staying on your weight loss plan, or would like to start one, join Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service’s “Step Up, Scale Down” program starting on Friday, February 7th at… Read More →

Healthy Texas Youth Ambassadors

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension – Bosque County is now accepting applications for Healthy Texas Youth Ambassadors.  These are local, high-school aged youth with a passion for health, wellness and service who are trained to serve as community health and wellness leaders.   Healthy Texas Youth Ambassadors assist county extension agents in providing leadership to their peers during health programs and projects within Texas 4-H, Healthy Texas, and other Texas A&M AgriLife health programs. Youth interested in this program can expect to advocate for health and nutrition in schools, at… Read More →

Heart Health

Did you know the heart beats about 2.5 billion times over the average lifetime?  This amazing organ pumps millions of gallons of blood carrying oxygen, nutrients, hormones, and other essential cells to all parts of our body.  We can’t live without a heart, so we need to do all we can to keep it healthy. Many factors play a role in heart health, such as diet, exercise, smoking, infection, and genetics.  You cannot control all of those, but you can control your diet and physical activity levels.  Part… Read More →

Step Up Scale Down

Every Tuesday at 12:00pm at the Bosque County Extension Office in Meridian – September 19 through November 14

Step Up Scale Down

Every Tuesday at 12:00pm at the Bosque County Extension Office in Meridian – September 19 through November 14

Step Up Scale Down

Every Tuesday at 12:00pm at the Bosque County Extension Office in Meridian – September 19 through November 14

Step Up Scale Down

Every Tuesday at 12:00pm at the Bosque County Extension Office in Meridian – September 19 through November 14

Step Up Scale Down

Every Tuesday at 12:00pm at the Bosque County Extension Office in Meridian – September 19 through November 14

Step Up Scale Down

Every Tuesday at 12:00pm at the Bosque County Extension Office in Meridian – September 19 through November 14