Children’s HealthWatch and the Food Research and Action Center (FRAC) published a tri-annual newsletter from 2014-2016 about new research on nutrition and food insecurity in the United States. It summarized important food insecurity and hunger research from academia, government agencies, think tanks and health and policy organizations to ensure that the newest, most interesting, and most important research was accessible and reached a wide audience.
This periodical was intended for advocates, policymakers, researchers, journalists, nutrition program providers, educators, health professionals and others who care about these issues. We hope it was a useful resource for everyone working to determine what hunger and food insecurity mean to people in our country, and why and how to end these persistent problems.
We gratefully acknowledge the support of the ConAgra Foods Foundation for making this periodical possible. We look forward to your comments and suggestions so that we can improve future issues.
Issue One (January 2014) – Solutions to Food Insecurity: The Evidence for SNAP
Issue Two (April 2014) – Food Security, Health, and Well-Being
Issue Three (July 2014) – Reflections on Household Food Insecurity with Dr. Mark Nord
Issue Four (October 2014) – Food Insecurity among Adolescents and College Students
Issue Five (January 2015) – Reflections on Food Insecurity with Dr. Craig Gundersen
Issue Six (April 2015) – The Effectiveness of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
Issue Seven (August 2015) – The Importance of Early Childhood Nutrition, WIC, and CACFP
Issue Eight (November 2015) – Reflections on the History, Development, and Current Use of the Food Security Module
Issue Nine (February 2016) – Food Insecurity among Immigrants, Refugees, and Asylees