Do Healthier Kids' Menus Make a Difference?

a sobering new study raises questions for health advocates

A surprising new study—one that’s received almost no media attention to date—finds that improving fast food kids’ menus does little to improve the actual meals parents select for their children.

Researchers at the UConn Rudd Center for Food Policy & Obesity analyzed the meals parents ordered for their kids, aged 2 to 11…

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