Currently, half of all products served in the school lunch program must be "whole-grain rich," which USDA defines as products made of at least 50 percent whole grain. According to the new standards, by the start of the next school year, schools must use only products that are whole-grain rich. Rogelio V. Solis/AP hide caption

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Anxious Parents Can Learn How To Reduce Anxiety In Their Kids

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After Months Of Homelessness, A Teen Leaves The Woods Behind

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When States Can't Control Violent Youth, Is Prison The Answer?

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Too Young To Smoke, But Not To Pick Tobacco

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Midwifery: A Profession Of Passion, For Men Too

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A worker cleans the home of a hoarder in Las Vegas. Teens may not have the time to accumulate this much stuff, but they still have symptoms. AP/City of Las Vegas via Las Vegas Review-Journal hide caption

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Chemist Turns Software Developer After Son's Cancer Diagnosis

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