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Science

Dinner’s Ready, Grandma!

Multigenerational homes are on the rise in America. That’s great.

Medical Examiner

Rx: 50 mg Nature, Ad Lib

Doctors are prescribing a walk in the park.

Multigenerational Households Are Becoming More Common and Make Good Sense

Doctors Are Prescribing Time Outdoors. Nature Is Good for You.

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