Should junk food be sold in schools? /

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[ 01. English Non Fiction ] Authors: Piehl, Norah. Series: At issue. Published by : Greenhaven Press, (Detroit :) Physical details: 122 p ; 24 cm. Subject(s): School children --Nutrition --United States. | Junk food --United States. | Critical thinking --Problems, exercises, etc. Year : 2011 01. English Non Fiction Item type : 01. English Non Fiction
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Bluefield High School 371.71 SHO Available
Bluefield High School 371.71 SHO Available

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Junk food should not be banned in schools / Margaret Johnson -- Junk food should be banned in schools / Will Dunham -- Improving school lunch programs is complicated / Ed Bruske -- School should end fast-food partnerships / Anne Hart -- The food industry is not to blame for obesity / Pierce Hollingsworth -- School nutrition campaign is pushing the food industry to adapt / Marion Nestle -- All food sales in schools should offer healthier options / Tom Harkin -- Government regulation of school lunches goes too far / Jeannie DeAngelis -- Budgets and policies make changing school lunch nearly impossible / Monica Eng -- Limiting school food choices can go too far / Andrea King Collier -- Most packed lunches are as unhealthy as school lunches / Richard Garner -- Removing junk food from schools has many consequences / Jessica Blanchard and Casey McEnerthney -- Schools must foster exercise and nutrition / Amy Klobuchar -- School diet and exercise programs may go too far / Anne Marie Chaker -- Planting school gardens can change kids' eating habits / Pearl Tesler -- Planting school gardens is a misuse of academic resources / Caitlin Flanagan -- The quality of children's diets affects their brains and bodies / Alan Greene.