The bill directs HHS to draft guidelines for when words such as "healthy" can used.
A doctors' group says the egg industry influenced the change.
The average American, however, is still 24 pounds heavier today than in 1960.
Lawmakers said the new FDA rule will help Americans make better food choices.
He urged lawmakers to get "back to work as youngsters are getting back to school."
The agency said real mayonnaise must contain eggs.
Four or more cups a day could aid in recovery and prevent the cancer from returning.
Children are consuming on average almost 3,700 mg of sodium a day, a CDC official said.
Nutrition standards credited for giving students at racially diverse schools healthier meals.
The new variety of peanut contains higher amounts of heart-healthy fatty acids.
Republicans also assail the standards as executive overreach.
The rules require manufacturers to develop food safety plans.
The actions are part of nationwide sweep that began in November 2014.
Starting June 22, 2016, all infant formula labels will have to list selenium.
The chain recently promised to procure antibiotic-free chicken.
Kids with less than 20 minutes ate 12 percent less of their veggies.
The report found 79.4 percent of schools are offering two or more vegetables each day.
A look at tomorrow's Federal Register today.
Fatty acids are found in fish, vegetable oils, nuts and leafy vegetables.
Canada and Mexico's retaliatory threats are tactics to frighten the U.S., the groups said.
A draft rule would add a requirement to disclose a percentage of added sugars.
This is a great bill for everyone except the sugar-sweetened beverage industry.
Advocates called for Michelle Obama's nutrition standards to be rolled back.
More than 700 doctors, nutritionists and nurses sent a letter to the USDA and HHS Tuesday.