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    Test Your Knowledge: Nutrition for Healthy Aging

    Answer the question below

    True or false: The older you get, the less likely you are to have a food intolerance.

    A. true

    B. false

    Answer the question below

    If you have a sensitivity to dairy foods, you can get calcium in your diet by eating more…

    A. whole grains and fiber

    B. avocados, apples and artichokes

    C. spinach, white beans, salmon and sardines

    D. olive oil and other healthy fats

    Answer the question below

    What’s the best eating plan for older people who want to maintain a healthy weight?

    A. a high protein, low carbohydrate diet

    B. a balanced diet, such as the Mediterranean diet

    C. a very low-calorie diet

    D. a high carbohydrate, low fat diet

    Answer the question below

    Healthy fats, in moderation, can help your body…

    A. absorb vitamins and minerals

    B. build muscle mass

    C. stock up on vitamin C

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Developing a New Coronavirus Vaccine

Researchers at Johns Hopkins are developing a new coronavirus vaccine, but it’s no quick fix. It can take up to a year and a half for a vaccine for the virus, which causes the disease COVID-19, just to move from the lab to human trials.

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