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On Cam – (Charles Munro)

For college students, finding time to eat during a hectic school day is difficult enough, but eating healthy is an even tougher challenge.

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CG (Main Library – University of Iowa)

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A study published by the Harvard School of Public Health in 2013 found that a healthy diet cost about $1.50 more per day than an unhealthy diet. It may not seem like much but it can make maintaining a healthy diet difficult on a college student’s budget.

 

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SOT CG (James Hughes-UI Freshman)

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(incue) “As a freshman, eating in the dining halls…”

(outcue) “…to try to choose healthy”

 

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Along with cost, students also struggle to find time to eat

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:28 CG (Sydney Wieczorek-Student Manager—Library Cafe)

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(incue) “So most people…”

(outcue) “it’s easier for classes to grab on the go”

 

:35 SOT end

On Cam

:36 CG (Joe Fisher – @joefisherui)

Unhealthy eating habits have been tied to a spike in cases of diabetes. Currently almost 1 in 10 people is diagnosed with some form of the disease.

 

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UI encourages students to use their UChoose program to find healthy items around campus. For more information/ search Uchoose on the UI website.

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From the UI main library in Iowa City, I’m Joe Fisher – Daily Iowan TV

 

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VO Start: MAIN LIBRARY (Main Library, University of Iowa) – For college students, finding time to eat during a hectic school day is difficult enough, but eating healthy is an even tougher challenge.

A study published by the Harvard School of Public Health in 2013 found that a healthy diet cost about $1.50 more per day than an unhealthy diet. It may not seem like much but it can make maintaining a healthy diet difficult on a college student’s budget.

Unhealthy eating habits have been tied to a spike in cases of diabetes. Currently almost 1 in 10 people is diagnosed with some form of the disease.

Type-2 diabetes or adult-onset diabetes has become a more common occurrence, with a notable rise of cases in children.