COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Ohio first lady Hope Taft toured a Giant Eagle supermarket recently in conjunction with the Ohio Food Industry Foundation to promote at-home family dining. Studies from the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University found that children who participate more frequently in family dinners are less likely to turn to drugs, underage drinking and other illicit activities, according to the foundation. Stressing the message of familial unity at meal ...

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