Wyoming program aims to help students adopt healthier habits

The "Take It Off" initiative at Kelly Walsh High School in Casper, Wyo., uses grant money and donations to help students participate in a 10-week program that gives them access to a registered dietitian, a personal trainer and a counselor. RD Brittany Bennett said the program focuses not on weight loss but on getting students to change bad eating habits and exercise more.

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