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Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
Household Food Insecurity: Associations with At-Risk Infant and Toddler Development
by Ruth Rose-Jacobs, ScD; Maureen M. Black, PhD; Patrick H. Casey, MD; John T. Cook, PhD; Diana B. Cutts, MD; Mariana Chilton, PhD, MPH; Timothy Heeren, PhD; Suzette M. Levenson, MEd, MPH; Alan F. Meyers, MD, MPH; Deborah A. Frank, MD
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