Temple University Study finds that school programs which target healthier foods and exercise generate results.
A recent Temple University study has found that a school-based approach can be effective in reducing rates of type 2 diabetes. It was conducted by Temple's Center for Obesity Research and Education (CORE) with National Institutes of Health funding and published in the online version of the New England Journal of Medicine. The three-year, nationwide study assessed the effects of a school-based approach to preventing risk factors for type 2 diabetes among more than 4,600 students in grades ...
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