For children, food insecurity means not only hunger, but also stress and sadness
from University of Michigan
Parents who experience food insecurity might think they're protecting their children from their family's food situation by eating less or different foods so their children can be spared. However, a new study led by University of Michigan researchers shows that children know more about food insecurity — the state of being without reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food — than their parents give them credit for.
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