US doctors warn Congress cutting food stamps could mean higher medical bills

Children’s HealthWatch founder and Principal Investigator, Dr. Deborah Frank, featured in The Guardian on the policy implications of cuts to SNAP in the Farm Bill

Doctors Say Cutting Food Stamps Could Backfire

Children’s HealthWatch founder and Principal Investigator, Dr. Deborah Frank, warns that if Congress cuts food stamps, the federal government could be socked with bigger health bills.

Training the 21st century health professional to take the social determinants of health vital sign

Children’s HealthWatch Principal Investigator, Dr. Megan Sandel, recently wrote a Medical-Legal Partnership blog post on how future health professionals can put Children’s HealthWatch research into action.

Mostly Ignored, Shifts Emerge in the Politics of Poverty

CNN recently featured Dr. Mariana Chilton, Children’s HealthWatch Principal Investigator, and Tianna Gaines-Turner of Witnesses to Hunger, on the politics of poverty.

Maryland’s Low-Energy Chill

Children’s HealthWatch research on home energy insecurity was featured in the National Review Online.

Could your family live on $1.40 per meal?

Children’s HealthWatch policy report “The SNAP Vaccine: Boosting Children’s Health” was featured in a Bangor Daily News article on the recent SNAP cuts and food insecurity in Maine.

BMC Doctors: SNAP Cuts Will Harm Children

WCVB recently featured Children’s HealthWatch research and Principal Investigator, Dr. Megan Sandel.

How Massachusetts is Failing Homeless Families

Children’s HealthWatch research and Principal Investigator, Dr. Megan Sandel, were highlighted in the Boston Globe Magazine’s December 22nd issue.

End Hunger Connecticut Symposium: Rich State, Empty Plates

The “Rich State, Empty Plates” symposium, which featured a presentation by Stephanie Ettinger de Cuba, Children’s HealthWatch Research and Policy Director, was recorded and is now available to view.

Cut by cut, we chip away at future for many kids

Children’s HealthWatch research on the consequences for families who are behind on their rent was featured in the Boston Globe.