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Fri Jun 15 2007
Parents blame Kellogg's for marketing calories to kids, demanding that the company market only those items that 200 calories or less--with fewer than 2 grams of saturated fat, 12 grams of sugar and 230 milligrams of sodium-- to kids 8 and under. Some say it's parents who are to blame, rather than the company. Ready to face the game of parenting, more and more single men are stepping up to the plate and adopting foster kids. USA Today reports that the number has doubled since 1998, reaching 1, 483 single men in 2005. Proving that New York City public schools aren't a raucous free-for-all, the percent of students in grades 3-8 raising their State math scores rises by 8.1 points.