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A healthy approach to desserts
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But part of the point of the contest is to encourage diners to choose healthy options and encourage restaurants to put healthy options on the menu. Some of last year's winners are even still on the menu in their respective restaurants, and it's …

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Are kids' meals good for kids? A new study takes a look at it
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TUCSON (KGUN9-TV)– Your kids might like the chicken nuggets, the popular hamburgers on the so called "kids menus" at your favorite restaurants.However, a new study raises serious concerns over how healthy these meals actually are for kids. Virginia …

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Local kids aspire to learn healthy living
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Various foods were introduced to elementary school students, all in the hopes they learn healthy food options. "I'm excited because I like food," said Rocco Dutcher, student at George F. Johnson Elementary School. "I want to be a chef when I grow up.".

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Elementary Students Try New Foods While Learning About Healthy Lifestyle …
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… Kids in the Kitchen Anti-Obesity Initiative at the school in order to promote healthy lifestyle. First through fifth grade students got to have some fun with fitness as well as prepare several healthy menu choices with instruction from the Lourdes …

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Afterschool programs promoting health and nutrition more than ever
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In the report, Kids on the Move: Afterschool Programs Promoting Healthy Eating and Physical Activity, findings are based on responses from 30,000 U.S. households, including 203 in Alabama. Survey results showed 80 percent of Alabama parents with …

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Crisps and potatoes count towards your five-a-day, right?
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Despite five-a-day being cited by parents as the main healthy diet guidelines for their children, 33 per cent of the parents polled couldn't correctly identify what "five-a-day" actually means, with only two-thirds of parents correctly identifying …

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Cancer hospital company fails to get OK to expand in Georgia
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The amendment sought to reduce the percentage of patients the destination cancer hospital agreed to get from outside Georgia from 65 percent to 51 percent. Sen. Renee Unterman, R-Buford and chair of the Senate Health and Human Services Committee, …

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