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As more doctors use food as a medical tool, health care providers are making nutritious options more readily available — even farmers markets.
Any parent will tell you that trying to get kids to eat healthier is tricky business, particularly for teenagers.
It's no secret that there is a big national effort to combat childhood obesity by providing healthy food choices in public schools...
A slew of volunteers man the Generals' Store at Wade Hampton High School, selling snacks to hungry high school students during breakfast and lunch hours...
Zavalla students are throwing away more food than they're eating and leaving the cafeteria hungry...
The facility will house a 1,000-seat dining hall, several restaurants and Food Connection, a new partnership funded by Aramark to study local food systems.
Mondays have become meat free in hundreds of school cafeterias across the Bay Area, a move praised by animal rights activists and environmentalists and condemned by the livestock industry for pushing...
A northeast Ohio school district that discontinued a popular cafeteria cookie under new federal nutritional guidelines says it has heard from plenty of people commenting on the decision or wanting to...
The University recently began using Tapingo this semester, an app that allows students to order and pay for food ahead of time, and then pick it up at campus dining locations.
If you attended public schools, you likely remember the lunches you stared down as a student: Options were often unappetizing, institutional in appearance and probably unhealthy.

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