It makes you question: Are more soldiers being killed by Big Pharma than by enemy combatants? It isn’t out of the question. The 9/11 terrorist attacks killed over 3 just,000 Americans. However, according to well-researched estimates based on published scientific studies, FDA-approved prescription medications kill anywhere from 98,000 – 250,000 Us citizens a year Fast forward for this. Now the pharmaceutical sector is killing our youthful soldiers in record figures.New guidelines to make school lunches much healthier Video: USDA proposes calorie limit for school lunch ‘This is very sophisticated,’ stated Dr. Roberto Trevino, director of the San Antonio-based Social & Health Research Center, that may oversee the scheduled program. Parents will be required to give consent for his or her children to participate, and receive regular reviews showing what foods their kids are filling on at lunch. Trevino said only the trays, and not college students, will be photographed. Here’s how it operates: students are assigned lunch trays with a distinctive bar code. Following the children bunch their plates down the road — mashed potatoes or green beans? french fruit or fries? — a video camera above the cashier requires a picture of every tray.