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Communities are helping kids choose healthy drinks, foods and activity
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May 1, 2019

“Do you want a soda with that?” Would you say “yes” if you knew that added up to 250 extra calories to your meal? Wouldn’t it be helpful to know about those extra calories right away, when you’re making the decision about what to order? Starting this May, that information will be right there for you. Larger chain restaurants and stores selling prepared foods will now be posting calorie counts on menus or on signs next to food so consumers can make informed, healthier choices. ​

 
 
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Play Every Day

Fred Ipalook Elementary School in Utqiaġvik — Inside playground​​

See how Alaska kids get out and play every day.​​

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