A survey of 16 children's hospital cafeterias in California revealed that of the nearly 400 entree/sandwich selections served, only seven percent were deemed "healthy" by the study's criteria. The study, published in the journal Academic Pediatrics, was conducted by researchers at UCLA and the RAND Corp. Scoring highest was the cafeteria at UC Davis Children's Hospital. "As health professionals, we understand the connection between healthy eating and good health, and our hospitals should be ...
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