Search Results for Economic Cost of Hunger

While food insecurity is harmful to everyone, it is particularly devastating to children.
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...cost of housing and utility costs. Most states establish Standard Utility Allowances (SUAs) to use as a standard deduction in stead of collecting utility bills ...
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Hunger—or food insecurity—is often spoken of as an immediate need, but it is much more than that. It has a long-term effect on health and well-being.
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...the Food Bank and the University of Pittsburgh Office of Child Development in partnership with Eden Hall Foundation tells a different story. Nearly one third of college students in southwestern....
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...Hunger Action Month, we invite you to take action to increase access to nutritious food and foster long-term stability for neighbors who struggle. Three Actions, One Goal: Ease ...
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We often think of college as a time where small sacrifices are made – eating ramen for dinner or couchsurfing with friends – that lay the foundation for future success....
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...we can provide to help them experience better health. As a result of this survey, we learned that 80 percent of households have one or more people living with at...
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Seniors face a number of unique medical and mobility challenges that put them at a greater risk of hunger.
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...needs assessment of the extent of hunger on campuses in the Greater Pittsburgh region. It addressed student characteristics, food insecurity, consequences of food insecurity, so...
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In rural Pennsylvania, 1 in 4 people qualify for emergency food assistance, making up 25 percent of the rural population.
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