Time to turn up the heat

Dr. Deborah A. Frank, Children’s HealthWatch PI and Founder, was quoted in the Boston Globe on the relationship between food and energy insecurities.

Unhealthy Consequences: Energy Costs and Child Health

Dr. Deborah A. Frank, Children’s HealthWatch PI and Founder, and Co-PIs Dr. John T. Cook and Dr. Megan Sandel contributed to as assessment of the impact of energy incense.

Over and Under

Dr. Deborah A. Frank, Children’s HealthWatch PI and Founder, was quoted in the Boston Globe on the Grow Clinic at Boston Medical Center.

For new Americans, a poorer diet

John Cook discusses how the limited access of low-income immigrants to affordable, healthy food means that their nutrition is worse here than in their impoverished countries of origin.

Winter Brings Bleak Options for Poor

Dr. Frank explains how limited federal energy assistance puts young children at risk during the winter months in MA.

Service Woes Trip Up Food Stamp Aid

Dr. Deborah A. Frank, Children’s HealthWatch PI and Founder, was quoted in The Boston Globe on administrative barriers to food stamp access.

Blame Game Not For These Kids

Dr. Frank explains how programs that prevent childhood malnutrition were slashed to help cover diaster relief for Hurricane Katrina victims.

Children Going Hungry

Dr. Deborah A. Frank, Children’s HealthWatch PI and Founder, was quoted in the Washington Post on Failure to Thrive.

Hungry for data

Dr. Deborah A. Frank, Children’s HealthWatch PI and Founder, was quoted in the Boston Globe on the importance of collecting data about hunger.

The cost of good nutrition

Dr. Deborah Frank, Children’s HealthWatch PI and Founder, quoted in the Boston Globe on the cost of healthy food.