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Sesame Street: Eat More Colors, Fewer Cookies

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January 23, 2014
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Elmo says fruits and vegetables are among his favorite foods, and he wants preschoolers to think so too. Sesame Street has partnered with a New York heart doctor to teach young kids the importance of eating right and exercising. (Jan. 23)


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