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Medically tailored meal programs linked to fewer hospital stays, lower costs

News briefs As we’ve reported before, free medically tailored meals are making a big difference for older adults who have chronic illness or are recovering from a hospital stay. The meals are provided by nonprofit agencies and are customized to your dietary needs — like a potassium-controlled diet if you have kidney disease, or a diet low in vitamin K if you’re taking a blood thinner. Now an observational study published online April…

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