Better Food Assistance Programs Might Lower Childhood Obesity Rates

In 2009, food packages from the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Program were made more healthy by adding fruits, vegetables and whole grains, and by reducing the amount of juice, milk and cheese. Since the change, obesity rates have improved.

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