Connecticut Center for Eliminating Health Disparities among Latinos, University of Connecticut

Gave a seminar entitled “Food Insecurity and Child and Maternal Health in Latino Families”

Participants’ Comments on Changes in the Revised Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children Food Packages: The Maryland Food Preference Study.

Promoting Health, Preventing Chronic Disease and Fighting Hunger, Assessment of USDA Food Assistance and Child Nutrition Programs in the Economic Downturn

Testimony to the US Senate, Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry.

WBUR Radio

Interviewed on the Radio Boston’s “The Economy and the Working Poor” show

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.

Study Links Child Hunger and Poor Health

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 Assesment Prgoram (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 coniditions and public policies on children’s health since 1998.