Food Insecurity Harmful to Children’s Development

School Lunches
Society for Research in Child Development
September 30, 2011
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The Society for Research in Child Development says sustaining funding for the SNAP (food stamp) and other federal nutrition programs is essential to protect millions of American children from the serious consequences of food insecurity - poor academic performance, birth defects, anxiety/depression and behavior problems.  This brief summarizes. Click the link below to download the PDF, or read a little more about it here

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