It seems an attempt to fight obesity in schools by getting rid of snacks in vending machines has been in vain.
A new study shows it may not make a difference.
They looked at nearly 20,000 middle schoolers and found students don't gain more weight when their school has a junk-food vending machine.
The study's author says one reason may be that kids don't have a lot of time to eat at school.
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