Power outages raise food safety concerns

PULLMAN  –  Many food products exposed to flood water or that can’t be properly refrigerated due to power outages may be unsafe and should be discarded, according to two Washington State University food safety experts.  “I know it may seem wasteful, but improperly refrigerated foods or those exposed to flood water can be a source […]

Lovrich suggests ways to manage time

Managing time doesn’t have to be challenging. The following are some suggestions on how to organize a schedule for success: • Identify goals and priorities. • Know when you are most productive and alert and schedule more intensive tasks then. • List big tasks as far in advance as possible; break them into workable bites; […]

Tips on avoiding West Nile Virus offered

VANCOUVER, Wash. — Washington State University Vancouver’s Department of Nursing will present a June 21 lecture to explain how people can help control the spread of West Nile Virus. The free, one-hour lecture will begin at 10 a.m. in the Student Services Lecture Hall at WSU Vancouver. WSU alumna Dr. Pamela Jen of Healing Star […]