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1. In “Female model in anti-anorexia campaign dies,” Swiss singer Vincent Bigler and Isabelle Caro had been working on what project together? (a) A musical that tells the story of Isabelle Caro and how she began suffering from anorexia when she was 13. (b) A video for a song about anorexia called “J’ai fin.” (c) A lyrical song about how the “price of beauty” is not worth a life of suffering from anorexia. (d) A tape-recording of Caro’s book, “The Little Girl Who Didn’t Want to Get Fat.” 2. In “A new Name for High-Fructose Corn Syrup,” what is high-fructose corn syrup composed of? (a) Glucose and Fructose. (b) Simply glucose. (c) Simply fructose. (d) Corn and maple syrup. 3. In “Female model in anti-anorexia campaign dies,” which of the following actions was not a European effort to promote healthy body image? (a) Representatives of the French fashion industry signed a charter that pledged their attempts to hire models more reflective of average body types (b) France attempted to pass a bill to regulate pro-anorexia websites (c) The banning of industry executives from fashion shows who continued to promote unhealthy thinness (d) The organizers of London Fashion week pushed for international health certificates for models 4.True or False: In “A new Name for High-Fructose Corn Syrup”, scientists have been able to clearly prove the harmful effects of high fructose corn syrup. 5. In “Congress Approves Child Nutrition Bill,” where does half of the $4.5 billion cost to finance the Child Nutrition Bill come from? (a) By raising taxes of higher-income families. (b) By raising taxes in both higher and lower-income families. (c) By cutting food stamps. (d) By redirecting money given to certain other government programs. 6. True or False, in “Congress Approves Child Nutrition Bill” Republican Representative Paul Broun believes the Child Nutrition Bill is just another way for the government to expand its power.
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7. In “Ad Rules Stall, Keeping Cereal a Cartoon Staple” which of the following companies has agreed to not direct their advertising towards children younger than 12? (a) McDonald’s (b) Burger King (c) Kellogg (d) Coca-cola 8. In “Ad Rules Stall, Keeping Cereal a Cartoon Staple”, how do fast-food companies such as McDonald’s and Burger King justify their advertisement of high-calorie meals for kids? (a) Kids’ meals are generally smaller in portions (b) By showing healthier substitutes such as fruit, fruit juice, or milk (c) Children’s meals are usually fortified with vitamins and minerals (d) They have reduced their use of movies and toys to appeal to kids 9. In the article “Obesity Epidemic, What’s One Cookie?”, what have scientists discovered in regards to small caloric changes? (a) They are an easy way to have a drastic effect on one’s weight
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