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Michelle Obama Answers Your Questions on PopSugar — Ask Away!

We're gearing up to share Michelle Obama's first set of answers to all the awesome questions you submitted. For the first installment, the First Lady will be sharing her thoughts on education and women's health. It's been so fun to hear from all of you and we still want to hear what you're thinking! Women are at the center of attention during this 2012 election season, and it's more important than ever for us to get out there and vote. We are announcing a special interview series with First Lady Michelle Obama on PopSugar. Over the next few weeks, she will be here to answer your questions about the election and all the issues we are facing as women during this election time. We want to hear what's on your mind, so share your questions. What are your concerns about women's health care? Jobs? Education? Balancing being a working mom and wife? Whatever is on your mind, ask away; every week, the first lady will tackle your questions on a range of topics. Here's Michelle Obama announcing our series in her own words.

There are three ways to participate:

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We're so excited to hear what's on your mind and to speak to First Lady Michelle Obama together.

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Melissa14898131 Melissa14898131 4 years
I have an issue with public school lunches. My middle school daughter is only allowed 10 minutes for lunch each day and my elementary children are only given 15 minutes for lunch. I do not think that can be contributing to a health lifestyle for my children. My 12 year-old daughter suffers from terrible acid reflux on a daily basis. I think this is because of how fast she must consume her food every day. These ridiculous time restraints are not teaching my children to eat healthy. They are simply forcing them to each as much as they can as fast as they can, which we all know can lead to obesity down the line. I have addressed this issue with the school's PTA (which I have been a very active board member for the past 15 years), the school administration, and the district school board. The only responses I have ever gotten is that, "It must not be a problem because no one else has ever complained about it in the past 17 years, and besides the school needs to get those children out of the lunch room so they can clean up the tables for the next set of kids that are coming to lunch in 10 minutes." There must be a better answer than this. The health of my children is more important than that. With this type of training and conditioning in the public school system, we are setting our children up for a generation of health problems.
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