New Rules Would Curb How Kids Are Sold Junk Food At School

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This article is suggested for 8th graders, but could work for a variety of readers interested in health. It discusses how new rules are being put into place to help students maintain healthier eating habits.

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In your school is there advertising for any foods (maybe in your gym or cafeteria)? Describe what those advertisements are like?   
Follow this link to hear First Lady Michelle Obama about the amount of food advertising targeted at children.  (This annotation contains a link)
In your opinion, do you think companies should be able to sell directly to kids or use unhealthy foods as incentives in schools? Explain why you feel that way. 
This info graphic highlights how the standards have changed under the new regulations. (This annotation contains an image)
Do you think the new rules should extend to after-school games and events too? Why or why not? 
You can follow this link to the Let's Move homepage and see more information about the program or watch some funny videos about nutrition and exercise staring everyone from the President, to Will Ferrell, to Big Bird.  (This annotation contains a link)
Despite the recent drop in childhood obesity rates, it is still very important to do what we can to prevent obesity and life-long poorer health. (This annotation contains a video)
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Having better access to healthy foods can