An apple a day keeps the doctor away ...

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(Photograph) - Lauren McGinlay, aged seven, takes advantage of the healthy eating approach introduced at Hurlford primary in East Ayrshire where the authority puts the accent firmly on healthy eating in schools. Its view is that, unless school meals are full of goodness, "you might as well hand over the service to the burger van outside".

12-page Health Check insert in Scotland Plus

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