Coronavirus in Context: Pandemic Leaves U.S. Kids Hungry | WebMD

WebMD Chief Medical Officer Dr. John Whyte speaks with Lisa Davis, Senior Vice President of No Kid Hungry, and television host and political commentator S.E. Cupp about the pandemic’s impact on child hunger. Subscribe to WebMD: https://www.youtube.com/user/WebMD Follow WebMD: Website: http://webmd.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WebMD/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/webmd/ Click on Read More (then scroll down to see)…

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Feeding A Crisis: Africa’s Manufactured Hunger Pandemic

Hunger is still the biggest killer in Africa and it has a lot to do with colonialism. redfish worked with filmmakers in Senegal, Nigeria, Kenya and Zimbabwe to tell local stories of food and hunger, but also the growing resistance to the continued influence of Click on Read More (then scroll down to see)…

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Feeding Kids in San Diego

1 in 5 children in San Diego County are at risk of hunger. In addition to the children served through our partner agencies and mobile pantries, Feeding San Diego distributes nutritious food items directly into the hands of local students through programs tailored to meet Click on Read More (then scroll down to see)…

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No Kid Hungry continues to feed kids during pandemic

Rachel Sabella, director of No Kid Hungry, is dedicated to ending childhood hunger in the U.S. The organization has partnered with schools and community organizations to make sure kids are fed no matter what. Please Share Our Site…Tweet

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Freestore Foodbank feeds hungry children and families

One in six Tri-State families is at risk of experiencing food insecurity, according to Freestore Foodbank. Twenty-five percent of the people affected are children. That’s why the food bank’s round-the-clock mission to provide, fresh, healthy fruits and vegetables to people who need them is so Click on Read More (then scroll down to see)…

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Hungry Kids aired 5-17-13

Schools are tasked with feeding the minds of their students, but as the issue of food insecurity grows, many schools are now working to feed their stomachs as well. This story aired on the ONR on OETA-The Oklahoma Network. The reporter is Bob Sands; the Click on Read More (then scroll down to see)…

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Feeding America’s most vulnerable children

1 in 5 children in the U.S. rely on food stamps, or SNAP benefits. CNNMoney follows one family in Bridgeport, Connecticut to see how children living under the poverty line eat every day. Please Share Our Site…Tweet

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When Parents Struggle To Feed Their Children, Teens Go Hungry More Often

In extremely poor American families, a new study has found that teens go hungry more often than younger children. Parents will first forgo food themselves to feed their kids. Researchers from Johns Hopkins found that parents will first forgo food themselves to feed their kids. Click on Read More (then scroll down to see)…

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