Junk food at schools not linked to children's weight gain

01/18/2012 | MyHealthNewsDaily.com · Yahoo!

Children who attended middle schools that offered junk food were no more likely to gain or lose weight than those who attended schools that did not offer junk food, a study of 19,450 children showed. Although most middle schools sell junk food, researchers found that those with more poor children were more likely to offer junk food. The study appears in the journal Sociology of Education.

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