Brief Income and Hardship: Food Concerns and Affordability
Daniel McKenzie, Stephen H. Bell
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Most Americans eat regularly, without fear of running out of food because they lack money. In some households, however, limited buying power produces uncertainty about--and interruptions in--the availability of food. These situations heighten stress and can cause hunger or even poor nutrition.
Research Areas Families Social safety net
Tags Economic well-being Hunger and food assistance