Children’s HealthWatch’s research is quoted about the inadequate benefit levels in the Food Stamp program in an article published by the Boston Globe.

Another Squeeze on the Poor

Children’s HealthWatch’s research about the impacts of food insecurity on the health of young children is quoted in an article by the Boston Globe.  Children’s HealthWatch has found that without nutritious food, children are more vulnerable to illness, emotional problems and developmental delays.

Increasing the value of food stamps is an effective way to protect children from hunger and poor health and to help them thrive now, in school, and later in life.