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Worcester County Lacks Proper Healthy Food Options, Study Says
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Overall, the study showed that living closer to healthier options produced healthier eating habits among dieters. According to the DPH, this is precisely why programs like Mass in Motion – a statewide program devoted to promoting opportunities for …

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Breakfast champion gives children a healthy start
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She'd visited some schools in east London while researching a book about creating a fairer society. “I'll show you unfairness”, a headteacher remarked during one visit: look at the kids who turn up in class each morning with an empty stomach, having …

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Letters: Who can afford to have kids?
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A recent report from the Center for American Progress found that middle-class families are feeling an unprecedented economic squeeze – caught between stagnating wages and the exploding cost of basics like housing, health care and children's education.

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Your children need exercise, too
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Regular exercise – 60 minutes per day – has the same health benefits for children as it does for adults. Exercise helps maintain a healthy weight and build strong bones, muscles and joints. It's also a great stress buster, promotes better sleep and …

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Healthy Kids Community Care to mark goal
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Healthy Kids Community Care to mark goal. Healthy Kids Community Care, a community collaboration to provide medical and dental care to children who do not have affordable access to health care, will celebrate surpassing their goal of $1 million at a …

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Feeding your kids with healthy choices
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A number of meal factors were found to influence the weight of the children: the length of the meal was significant with healthy weight children's family meals lasting for an average of 18 minutes, versus the 13 minutes average for overweight kids …

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Tempe Elementary cafeterias stress healthful dining
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U.S. Department of Agriculture nutritionist Joanne Guthrie agreed that changing eating habits is the best approach to battle obesity, such as Tempe Elementary's attempt to increase health awareness. "I think it is important that (eating healthfully) is …

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