Health & Food
Cedars-Sinai experts visit elementary school
SOUTH LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- In the continuing fight against childhood obesity, experts with the Cedars-Sinai "Think Healthy" program went back to school to show kids how they can make healthier choices.
More than 600 kids at 112th Street Elementary School in South Los Angeles got a firsthand look at everything from container gardening to fun ways to work fitness in to their day.
They saw cooking demonstrations and even got recipes to take home.
The organizers of "Think Healthy" hope kids come away with lots of information and motivation to stay active.
south los angeles, children's health, obesity, health & food
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