Early lunch, school income from soft drink contract incentives and parents who bring fast food to the cafeteria for their kids are primary factors working to dilute the effectiveness of high school nutrition programs. So says a new study by Penn State researchers published in the February issue of the Journal of the American Dietetic Association. A separate article in the same issue by the same research team details survey results from the same sample that shows a divergence of perceptions ...
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