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How to address your kid's nutrition at school — without being the pesky parent

Q: You're concerned about your child's eating habits at school. How can you communicate nonmedical concerns with the teacher without sounding like a pesky parent?

Schedule a face-to-face conversation with the teacher, clearly stating your concerns.

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