Harvard University Dining Services has removed the index cards detailing nutritional information from its dining halls after students and parents raised concerns about displayed calorie counts leading to or worsening eating disorders, reports the Harvard Crimson. Although the information detailing number of calories, serving size and fat and carbohydrate grams is no longer displayed alongside the food, students can still access the data online or on dining hall kiosks.
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