Q&A With Michelle Wong From Johns Hopkins University: Planting Seeds For Healthy Living Through School Gardens

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Students around the world are taught the benefits of healthy eating but sometimes that message does not always reach its desired audience effectively. Because of that new efforts are underway to better get the message across.

Students around the world are taught the benefits of healthy eating but sometimes that message does not always reach its desired audience effectively. Because of that new efforts are underway to better get the message across.

Michelle Wong from the Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health discussed one such program in Las Vegas which aimed to not only better inform students about the benefits of healthy eating but also incorporate the parents as well. The results of the work were presented at the annual scientific sessions of the American Heart Association in Orlando.

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