Researchers from UCLA and the Rand Corp. report in the journal Academic Pediatrics that of the 16 food venues serving 14 hospitals studied in July 2010, 81% offered unhealthful "impulse items" ? think freezers stocked with ice-cream treats ? near the cash register. Only 31% offered nutrition information at the point of purchase, while just 25% sold whole-wheat bread. The cafeterias aren't directly serving the young hospital patients, though, so why does it matter whether they're selling cookies and fried foods?