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K-State Research and Extension Bookstore

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Kansas State University
Manhattan KS 66506-3402

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Health and Safety » Diseases

Displaying 21 to 25 of 28 Publications.

  • MF2653
    MF2653
    Ticks in Kansas

    Controlling ticks is important not only because they are nuisance parasites of humans and animals, but because they are vectors of bacterial and protozoal microbial pathogens. 4-page, b/w.

    $0.31
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  • MF2518
    MF2518
    Health Benefits of Exercise: Leader's Guide

    Participants will learn about exercise as a means of fighting chronic disease, benefits of regular activity, and goal setting. Quiz & program evaluation

    $0.24
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  • MF2517
    MF2517
    Health Benefits of Exercise: The Facts

    Exercise benefits individuals of all ages. It helps control weight, reduces risks from heart disease and diabetes, and helps cope with arthritis.

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  • MF2478
    MF2478
    Diabetes Awareness and Management, Fact Sheet

    Diabetes is an illness in which blood sugar is too high because the body either does not make insulin or does not respond to insulin properly. Diabetes has no cure, but it can be controlled.

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  • MF2477
    MF2477
    Diabetes Awareness and Management, Leader's Guide

    Facts about diabetes, a serious health condition; risk factors & symptoms of diabetes; self-care choices that help reduce medical problems.

    $0.40
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