Pediatric research shows that food stamps help to buffer children from food insecurity’s harmful effects. Children whose families receive food stamps are 26 percent less likely to be food insecure than eligible children whose families aren’t receiving them. Food stamps buffer families from harmful trade-offs between basic needs.
Officials’ support of food stamps welcome
by Deborah A. Frank
Worchester Telegram & Gazette
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