Jamie and her daughter, Olivia, live way out in the Adirondacks, where it isn’t easy to shop for certain foods.
It’s time to close the book on the enduring myth that teachers have it easy.
Is paying a few more cents for a candy bar or a soda going to stop people from buying—and consuming—junk food? One small community struggling to combat obesity is banking on it. The Navajo Nation became the first part of the United States to impose a junk food tax on Wednesday.
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