Feeding the hungry

Children’s HealthWatch’s research on the impact of unaffordable household utilities was featured in the Worchester Telegram & Gazette.

Bush’s “Poor Kids First” Kept Sick and Freezing

An editorial by Dr. Deborah Frank, Children’s HealthWatch Principal Investigator and Founder, was quoted in an article published by the Huffington Post.

The Heat or Eat Dilemma

Dr. Deborah A. Frank, Children’s HealthWatch Principal Investigator and Founder, co-authored an Op-Ed in The Boston Globe on the relationships between LIHEAP and food security.

Too little food to grown on

Dr. Maureen M. Black, Children’s Health Watch Co-Principal Investigator, was quoted in The Baltimore Sun on failure to thrive.

Poor Are Priced out of Healthful Eating

Children’s HealthWatch PI and Founder Dr. Deborah A. Frank and Co-PI Dr. John T. Cook were quoted in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer about the cost of healthy food.

Hunger: Not just a moral cost

Dr. Mariana M. Chilton, Children’s HealthWatch Philadelphia site Co-PI, co-wrote an article in the Philadelphia Inquirer about the cost of hunger.

Hunger is an equal opportunity employer

Dr. Deborah A. Frank, Children’s HealthWatch PI and Founder, was quoted in the Bay State Banner on the Grow Clinic.

Bologna sandwich is a US Senate meal on ‘hunger day’

C-SNAP’s “Food Stamps as Medicine: A New Perspective on Children’s Health” was distributed at a Senate Agricultural Committee SNAP awareness luncheon.

Congress has chance to fix stamp program

Dr Patrick H. Casey, Children’s HealthWatch Little Rock site Co-PI, wrote a special article in the Arkansas Democrat Gazette about the importance of protecting the food stamp program.

Household Energy Security is a Child Health Issue

Dr. John T. Cook, Children’s HealthWatch Co-PI, was quoted in the National Fuel Funds Network Newsletter about the consequences of household energy insecurity.