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Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
Are Food Insecurity’s Health Impacts Underestimated in the U.S. Population? Marginal Food Insecurity Also Predicts Adverse Health Outcomes in U.S. Children and Mothers.
by John T. Cook, PhD; Maureen Black, PhD; Mariana Chilton, PhD; Diana Cutts, MD; Stephanie Ettinger de Cuba, MPH; Timothy C. Heeren, PhD; Ruth Rose-Jacobs, ScD; Megan Sandel, MD; Patrick H. Casey, MD; Sharon Coleman, MPH; Ingrid Weiss, MS; Deborah A. Frank, MD
Advances in Nutrition
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