Thursday, April 19, 2012

ConsumersHealthGeneral MotorsAllyson Felix

 GOING GREEN AND SAVING MONEY

Going green doesn`t have to break the bank. With just a little outside the box thinking, many consumers can find simple ways to reduce their carbon footprint. Senior writer for retailmenot.com  insider magazine, Trae Bodge, joined FOX 43 Morning News with ways you can go green on a budget.

 For a full list of Trae’s tips, visit: http://theinsider.retailmenot.com/how-to-be-more-green.html

 

UNHEALTHY SCHOOL SNACKS

More than 23 million U.S. children and teens are overweight or obese, and unhealthy snacks and sugary drinks available at schools are contributing to this epidemic. 
This morning, registered dietitian, Jessica Donze Black and Dr. Laura Jana talked to FOX 43 about how these unhealthy snacks are lead to obesity and what parents can do to improve their child's nutrition at school. 

Learn more at www.HealthySchoolFoodsNow.org.

 

EARTH DAY AND YOUR CAR

Earth Day is this Sunday, and many more companies these days are working to be environmentally friendly, that includes auto dealers.
This morning,  James Bell, head of consumer affairs at General Motors, joined FOX 43 Morning News to talk about company's green efforts.

For more information please visit: http://www.gm.com/environment

 

99 DAYS TO OLYMPICS

The Olympics are now about 99 days away and this year's game will be happening in London. Athletes from around the world are getting ready for qualifying rounds, and this morning, Track and Field athlete, Allyson Felix,  talk to  FOX 43 Morning News about her preparations.

For more information: www.facebook.com/crest

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