In Brief: Mar. 19, 2001

LUNCH LOBBY While school lunches have got healthier, kids are still getting chubbier as the cafeteria menu increasingly competes with in-school soft-drink and snack machines. School nutrition directors last week urged Congress to regulate these unhealthy temptations. But the lunch lobby may be in for a tough battle. Cash-strapped schools rely on the sales for extra funds.

DRINKING DAYS Fraternity and sorority members who drink heavily while in school don't tend to drink after graduation any more than other students, according to a study in this month's Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, an American Psychological Association publication. College Greeks drink as a...

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