"Competitive Food Sales in Schools and Childhood Obesity"
Although the majority of American middle and high schools sell competitive foods—soft drinks, candy bars, and chips—to students, researchers have found that children's weight gain between 5th and 8th grades was not associated with exposure to competitive food...
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