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Michelle Obama And Tom Vilsack Make Announcement On School Wellness
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First Lady Targets Unhealthy Ads in Schools [AUDIO]

Promotion of sugary snacks and beverages would no longer be permitted in schools under guidelines unveiled by first lady Michelle Obama on Tuesday.

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Burger King Launches “Guilty Pleasure” Fries – What’s Your Favorite Junk Food? [POLL/VIDEO]

One man’s crap is another man’s delicacy, to borrow from a well known literary phrase.
How many of us are reluctant to admit to eating “crap”, otherwise known as things we know aren’t good for us?

Pizza in the middle of the night

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Junk Food, Soda Promoted Less in Schools

There's been a big shift in how many school districts take money from soda companies and ban junk food from vending machines, health officials say.

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Posse Pick of the Night– Do You Have a Favorite Junk Food?

Now with Girl Scouts cookies going on sale, a lot of resolutions are going to fall by the wayside.

So be it. Tonight we give ourselves a reprieve and get the members of the Posse to pick your favorite junk food

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NYC Hospitals Cracking Down on Junk Food

New York City's hospitals are ditching their deep fryers and swapping cookies for fruit as they join Mayor Michael Bloomberg's quest for a health-conscious city.

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Federal Subsidies For Junk Food Being Targeted [AUDIO]

The New Jersey Public Interest Research Group (NJPIRG) is calling the Federal Government to stop subsidizing the producers of large commodity crops like soybeans and corn, who then turn them into junk food ingredients.

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Junk Health Food is Still Junk Food, Says Consumer Reports

What you think might be healthier versions of junk foods really are not.

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