Subsidized fruit program in Australia improves health of indigenous children

Children of low-income indigenous families in Australia have become healthier thanks to a subsidized fruit and vegetable program. A new study, published in the Medical Journal of Australia, showed the children needed fewer antibiotics and saw increased hemoglobin levels. The study's authors say a broader trial is needed to test the program's large-scale effectiveness.

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