Bye-Bye Worries and -- Hopefully -- Obesity Program Lets Parents Screen Children's Lunches Digitally
by Michelle Hirsch
"I think something has to be done. We cannot carry on with children the way it is going, and programs like these are desperately needed in schools, where kids are left to their own devices," said dietitian and author Maye Musk.
"If parents help children change their eating habits, hopefully, many of these problems we are seeing today in kids won't follow them into adulthood," Musk said.