Jun 12, 2017
Believe it or not, much of our health outcomes have little to do with health care. In fact, one expert says they have more to do with how we live our lives, the people around us, our family culture, whether we exercise and spend time outside, and do we spend time with and talk to our friends and family? All of that – and more – go into what the U.S. Extension Service says are healthy people living in healthful environments in healthful communities.
Guest: Bradford Wiles, assistant professor and Extension specialist in the School of Family Studies and Human Services at Kansas State University.
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