health and wellness

The new practices will extend to operations and growers outside of the United States.
Some former top-ranked military officials say prioritizing healthy school meals and fitness is a matter of national security, citing 69% of young adults in Minnesota cannot serve due to poor health.
A chef at a South Dakota-area hospital is growing his own herbs and flowers to spice up the cafeteria.
One parent received a note with healthy lunch regulations after a teacher prevented her 5-year-old daughter from eating the Oreos in her packed lunch.
Students at one New York elementary school have taken sustainability to heart, enjoying healthful, local food and only taking as much as they’ll eat.
Partnership for a Healthy Lincoln set a goal five years ago to reduce childhood obesity rates in Lincoln Public Schools by 10 percent by 2020—LPS has reached that goal six years ahead of schedule...
Students at a Pennsylvania-based high school would rather eat lunch they brought from home as opposed to the healthier foods being served in their cafeteria—costing the school money.
A group of students started a petition at one Chicago university, hoping to improve nutrition labels on menus in the student center.
Earlier this year, students at one district were forced to skip lunch due to food shortages. See how things have changed.
The app, Nutrislice, provides dietary information and allows Chartwells to communicate with both parents and

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