Annotated Bib:Factors Related to the Number of Fast Food Meals Obtained by College Meal Plan Students

Dingman, Schulz, Wyrick, Bibeau, and Gupta, professor at University  of North Carolina at Greensboro,e  wrote “Factors Related to the Number of Fast Food Meals Obtained by College Meal Plan Students” to prove the negative association between fast food meals, financial access, and health. Professors conducted an online survey among  North Carolina University students and created a three separate surveys to display their scientific findings.  The article demonstrated the negative affects of fast food on college students health and finical access association with it. Journal of American College Health readers will be interested in this article. Researchers interested in college students health will found this article informational,  because it goes into detail about how a fast food diet declines a college student health.

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Dingman, D. A., Schulz, M. R., Wyrick, D. L., Bibeau, D. L., & Gupta, S. N. (2014). Factors Related to the Number of Fast Food Meals Obtained by College Meal Plan Students. Chart.Journal Of American College Health, 62(8), 562-569.

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