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How Food Insecurity Shapes Children and Families

March 9, 2021

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15-30 mins
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About twenty percent of kids in the United States are dealing with food insecurity. This percentage has continued to rise due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Data shows that food insecurity disproportionately affects families and kids of color. In this episode of the U-M School of Public Health’s Population Heathy, two nutritional sciences experts weigh in on what food insecurity is, why it is increasing, and how it can be addressed.

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