12-31-2014 | Source: Victoria Advocate
The death of a Corpus Christi middle school football player has prompted the introduction of a state bill requiring that EpiPens be stocked in all public and charter schools.
12-30-2014 | Source: South Coast Today
Limits to students borrowing lunch funds were discussed by the Acushnet School Committee along with other policy issues and updates on Dec. 16.
12-29-2014 | Source: Contra Costa Times
A growing national consciousness on the dangers of food allergies is reflected in a new state law that goes into effect Jan. 1, recommending schools keep vital medication on hand to prevent student...
12-29-2014 | Source: LA Times
Three days before Los Angeles lawmakers voted on a proposal to ban genetically modified crops, the world's largest biotechnology trade group hired three top City Hall lobbyists to stop it...
12-29-2014 | Source: ABC News
St. Joseph’s Hospital in Ann Arbor, Michigan, hosts a farmers market every Wednesday in its main lobby featuring produce gown on the hospital’s 25-acre farm.
12-29-2014 | Source: Detroit Free Press
The introduction of a salad bar at Bates Academy is part of an ongoing effort by Detroit Public Schools to revamp the district's breakfast and lunch menus to increase student access to...
12-29-2014 | Source: Herald-Review
No one wants to spend Christmas in the hospital, but for those who must, the hospitals want it to feel a bit like home with the familiar taste of a holiday meal.
12-22-2014 | Source: Brookfield Now
Near the end of the 2013-14 school year, the Elmbrook School District launched a new "Nutrislice" application that can be accessed online or through a smartphone...
12-19-2014 | Source: FSD Staff
After skirmishes over some of the bakery-cafe chain's hospital and airport units, United Here is telling consumers that Au Bon Pain's menu is anything but healthful...
12-19-2014 | Source: The Harvard Crimson
Last spring, HUDS stopped purchasing SodaStream water machines after raised concerns to administrators that the appliances could offend Palestinian students.
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