In light of the recent award against Johnson & Johnson I found this interesting. It's seemingly well-balanced.
Not mentioned is this possibility: it's the parents/guardians' job not the school's job.
Bad news for health research:
The Anna Karenina hypothesis says that every unbalanced microbiome is unbalanced in its own way.
Interesting line in this piece: "High inflammation levels account for the majority of diseases that affect Americans."
If my sample of the recent literature indicates the truth, the great majority of the health problems associated with middle to old age seem, these days, to be caused either by inflammation or bad gut bacteria.
One of the lead researchers in the field is under attack: 45 of his papers “contain minor to very serious issues".
UPDATE: link fixed now.
There's a list of symptoms to know about the middle of the article.
Pro tip: a concept to keep in mind when considering taking a dietary supplement is "bioavailability".
The iron Law of Unintended Consequences apparently strikes once again.
Here's another instance: "‘Ban the Box’ Laws May Be Harming Young Black Men Seeking Jobs".
Mel Brooks famously cracked, "It's good to be king."
It's also good to have money.
I've looked at a number of online calculators for computing calorie burn and the vast majority are a millimeter or two away from useless. But this piece links to one that seems quite useful.