Breakfast boosts students' performance, study
Students who eat breakfast are more likely to be on track for graduation.
A new study has provided hard facts to back up what's generally accepted as fact, that eating breakfast helps students in school. The study, the first large-scale report done in Canada, followed 6,000 students in Toronto for two years. The study found that students who ate breakfast more frequently were more likely to be on track for graduation than students who didn't eat breakfast on a regular basis.