Children's dietary habits hard to change

05/20/2003 | USA Today

A study funded by the National Institutes of Health found teenagers are reluctant to change their diets in school cafeterias, even when vending machines are not present. The study did find, however, that children are more likely to participate in physical education classes when they are offered.

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