Calif. students eat fewer calories following schools' junk-food ban

High-school students in California consume, on average, about 160 fewer calories at school than do students in other states, according to the results of a study that some say supports California's ban on junk food in schools. Students in California also had the lowest daily intake of fat and added sugars, according to the study in the Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine.

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