Researchers from Yale University offer evidence to counter the argument that removing junk food from school vending machines will cause kids to eat twice as much of it at home.
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A hat tip to the NYT for this article, which was published in today's paper. It reports on research that found that 9th graders whose schools are within a block of a fast-food outlet are more likely to be obese than students whose schools are a quarter of a mile or more away from one. The researche...