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AIR DATE: January 9, 2004

Students went back to healthier schools this week. Vegetarian meals were offered for the first time and missing from the menu? Fried doughnuts. But some schools are still serving fast food and soft drinks that can contribute to the most common medical problem for children today, obesity. KNPR's Ky Plaskon explains.
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The Clark County School District is welcoming part-time food servers to assist as schools during lunchtime.
That number is 799-8123 Ext 207.

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