Free guide to healthy living provides tips and recipes for delicious, healthy foods.
Our Healthy Habits for Adults volunteers Joyce Rollins and Mary McFerson show where sugar is hiding out in your food, and how to eat less sugar while keeping things tasty in this video.
Volunteers fill key roles with their skills and passion for learning
“I always anticipated that I would do something when I retired, but it didn’t look like this,” says Wendy Davenport, who has a new career with the Syracuse volunteer team.
Oasis education and volunteer programs have been featured recently in major daily newspapers and TV news programs. See what they're saying.
Here's a commitment you can always come back to - reading more.
Julie Blow zeroes in on a goal to add purpose and pleasure to her days. What's on your bookshelf?
Pew Research finds that place based learning is still vital for most American lifelong learners
Online learning options have grown dramatically in the past decade, but this Pew Research poll shows that American adults are still largely in the dark about Internet learning
"There is only one way to age–with a smile," says San Diego OASIS lecturer and author Richard Lederer
While we can't turn back life's odometer; we can embrace the rewards of long life. Richard Lederer, San Diego Oasis lecturer takes a humorous look at the journey of aging.
Filling your cart with healthy foods takes smart shopping
Mary Helen Vasquez, RN, says smart shopping and an understanding of what's in the food you buy can lead to a longer and healthier life.
New animated emojis give you more choices of expression when reacting to posts
Facebook has released an expanded set of emojis you can use to express your reaction to posts. And, of course, you can use more than one at a time.
Josephine Poelnitz, Grace Broten and Dorothy Summers turn kids on to healthy foods, activity and fun.
Josephine, Grace and Dorothy are a dynamic team teaching kids healthy habits for a lifetime.
We would like to know what OASIS means in your life
People at OASIS talk about learning, belonging, giving back and more reasons why they participate. Read what a few of them have to say, then tell us what you think.
Google is retiring the venerable but outdated Picasa app in March of 2016
Picasa rarely got any love from Google in the way of updates so it isn’t surprising, especially given Google’s expansion of the Google Photos app, that Picasa is officially on the chopping block. According to Google, there will be no further support after March 15, 2016, although current users can continue to use the app.
Monsanto Fund support brings STEM learning into OASIS tutoring
Al Peterfeso is learning how to use the iPad as a tool for his work as an OASIS tutor, thanks to support from The Monsanto Fund.
Just a few hours of "things the way they used to be" is a rare gift.
Guest blogger Anne Heinrich's Christmas gift came early this year: a precious few hours with her first family, the one she's had from the beginning.
The key to starting of the new year on a healthy note is planning ahead
If being more physically fit is on your list for 2016, here are some tips for turning your good intentions into reality.
Think you can blog? Of course you can!
Chances are, you have some knowledge that could be helpful to others. The OASIS blog is a great way to share what you know in an easy-to-write, easy-to-read style.