Back to school time is a bit like ringing in the new year, because some students make resolutions. They plan to study hard, get good grades and eat a healthy diet. Do food choices make a difference when it comes to academic performance? Mayo Clinic experts say yes.
In this Mayo Clinic Minute, reporter Vivien Williams talks to pediatrician Dr. Vandana Bhide about what students should eat to help them focus and do well in school.
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