Lean and Fit: When it comes to vitamin supplements, more isn’t always better

Are your kids passionate about food? Here’s how they can make a difference.; Baby boomers join ‘aging-at-home villages’ for yoga, happy hour, cooking classes and biking; Study finds measurable boost for aging brains from exercise; Why fermented foods — sauerkraut, kimchi and yogurt — are good for your gut; At Even Hotel, exercise is the thing;
 
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When it comes to vitamin supplements, more isn’t always better
Pills and injections may be helpful if you have nutrient deficiencies, but too much can become downright dangerous.
Are your kids passionate about food? Here’s how they can make a difference.
Kids are marching for science, posting about issues on social media and hosting meetups. Here are 12 ways they can learn about — and improve — our food system.
 
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Baby boomers join ‘aging-at-home villages’ for yoga, happy hour, cooking classes and biking
Neighborhood groups, set up to assist seniors with errands and doctors, are turning social.
 
Study finds measurable boost for aging brains from exercise
Aerobic exercise and weight training helped, with moderate to vigorous for workouts best.
 
Why fermented foods — sauerkraut, kimchi and yogurt — are good for your gut
The bacteria make food more digestible, add nutritional value and may boost immunity.
 
At Even Hotel, exercise is the thing
Rockville site is designed with wellness in mind.
 
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