Safe, Stable Homes Lead to Healthier Children and Families for Baltimore

Children’s HealthWatch analyzed nearly 5,000 surveys from Baltimore families with children under age four collected between 2002-2011. In this sample, just 49% of families were stably housed.

Feeding Our Children – One Report Says 16.2 Million Children Live In “Food Insecure” Households

Stephanie Ettinger de Cuba, Research and Policy Director, was interviewed about the child health and development implications of hunger and food security on public radio.

Nightly News Program with News Director & Anchor Chris Lovett

Dr. Megan Sandel, Children’s HealthWatch Co-Principal Investigator, spoke about the harmful of effects of family homelessness on children’s health in an interview on Boston Neighborhood Network News.

A Wake Up Call on Housing and Homelessness

Governmental action and community investment in expanding the supply of affordable housing,

Boston Medical Center’s Pantry-by-Prescription Program Recognized with National Award

Dr. Deborah Frank was intervied by the Boston Globe about the role of the food pantry in health and treatment at Boston Medical Center.

Documenting Hunger and Poverty in Photographs

Dr. Maureen Black, Children’s HealthWatch Principal Investigator, and Margaret M., Witness to Hunger, spoke about the effects of hunger and poverty on families and children.

What We Talk About When We Talk About Poverty

Dr. Maureen Black, Children’s HealthWatch Principal Investigator, and Margaret M., Witness to Hunger, spoke about the effects of hunger and poverty on families and children.

Kids in Unstable Housing More Likely to Suffer From Hunger and Poor Health

A new study has shown that children whose families move frequently or live in overcrowded conditions are more likely to suffer from hunger and poor health than those in stable housing. The study was carried out by the Children’s Sentinel Nutrition Assessment Program (C-SNAP), which has the largest clinical data base on poor children under age three in America.

Kids in Unstable Housing More Likely to Suffer From Hunger and Poor Health

A new study has shown that children whose families move frequently or live in overcrowded conditions are more likely to suffer from hunger and poor health than those in stable housing. The study was carried out by the Children’s Sentinel Nutrition Assessment Program (C-SNAP), which has the largest clinical data base on poor children under age three in America.

Unstable Housing, Child Hunger And Poor Health Linked By Study

A new study shows that children whose families move frequently or live in overcrowded conditions are more likely to suffer from hunger and poor health than those in stable housing. The study was carried out by the Children’s Sentinel Nutrition Assessment Program (C-SNAP) which has the largest clinical data base on poor children under age three in America. C-SNAP has been reporting on the impact of economic conditions and public policies on children’s health since 1998.