Participants in the new FARMacy pilot program through Community Care received a 'prescription' for $20 of fruits and vegetables every week.

BUCKHANNON – What if, instead of only writing prescriptions for medicines to treat diseases, doctors and physicians’ assistants also wrote them for fresh fruits and vegetables – i.e. food that would help people manage their conditions through diet? That’s the idea behind the FARMacy pilot program, which launched in July with 13 participants. Physician Assistant…

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