USA: GMA: Dietary choice, increased physical activity will better meet child health challenges
Encouraging a wide variety of nutrition choices and a greater emphasis on physical education will bring about workable solutions to health challenges facing young people, said the Grocery Manufacturers of America (GMA) at a state-sponsored "healthy school" summit. The two-day conference allowed educators, health experts, lawmakers, and state officials to explore solutions to rising concerns over childhood obesity and inactivity in California.
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