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SPECIAL REPORT: President Obama Delivers Final News Conference of 2016
The president gave his final news conference of the year.
Teachers Start Lunch Swap Club to Save Money and Eat Healthy
Lunchtime at the office often means unhealthy and expensive meals, but a new idea called has helped one group of New York City teachers save money and shed some weight at the same time. Alivia Nuzzo, Sierra Strattner and Cait Farrell are part of a group of co-workers at the Brooklyn school where
Back to School: Sandra Lee's Healthy Lunches
The TV chef is live in Times Square with several nutritious - and delicious - lunch ideas.
New USDA Rules Eliminate Junk Food in Schools
Students might notice some changes in the cafeteria when they go back to school in a few weeks. The USDA will announce rules today that require schools to get rid of unhealthy snacks and eliminate students’ exposure to junk food, ABC News has exclusively learned. The biggest difference this year
Student Chefs Reinventing School Lunches
High school students from around the country to offer their new ideas for school lunches.
A Pediatrician's Tips on the Best Foods for Your Baby
Parents today are bombarded with confusing, and sometimes even harmful, information when it comes to nutrition for their children. Nutritional guidelines are constantly changing, and parents don't know who to trust for medically-sound advice that works. Dr. Tanya Altmann, a practicing pediatrician,
The White House Easter Egg Roll: Everything You Need to Know
It's an image not typically seen: the president and the Easter Bunny standing side by side. Once every spring, however, the fluffy donor of chocolate and gifts joins the leader of the United States for the annual White House Easter Egg Roll. This year's annual rite of spring is today. Here's
First Lady Pushes Back Against Those Who 'Mock' Healthy Food, Exercise Efforts
First Lady Michelle Obama took a swipe today at critics of her healthy eating and exercise initiatives that she launched more than six years ago. "When folks mock our efforts, it’s parents who need to be out there saying, 'Excuse me, but our children’s health isn’t a joke. One third of kids being
The Note: Cruz Takes On Trump
NOTABLES --CRUZ SAYS TRUMP IS ‘RATTLED’ AND ‘TESTY’: Ted Cruz responded to Trump calling him "nasty" yesterday by first tweeting a Janet Jackson music video and then telling reporters Trump is "rattled" and "testy,” ABC’s JESSICA HOPPER reports. "Listen, Donald seems to be a little rattled. For