Do SNAP Households Pay Different Prices throughout the Benefit Month?” by Pourya Valizadeh, Travis A. Smith, Michele Ver Ploeg
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“Association of Work Requirements With Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Participation by Race/Ethnicity and Disability Status, 2013-2017,” by Erin Brantley, Drishti Pillai, Leighton Ku:
Reliable food supply is a central concern for residents of cities located in remote locations with extreme climate conditions. The purpose of this article is to examine how stake-holders in such northern cities ensure a high level of food security. We examine a case study of the Fairbanks North Star Borough, Alaska, which is located in the interior of the state near the Arctic Circle.
A May 2, 2019, study by Allison Sylvetsky, PhD, an assistant professor of exercise and nutrition sciences, finds that children who drink low-calorie sweetened beverages do not save any calories compared to their peers who drink sugary sodas and other drinks. The finding challenges the utility of diet or low-calorie sweetened beverages when it comes to weight management.
A January 27, 2019, report by the Lancet Commission on Obesity concluded that world leaders must take a hard line against powerful commercial interests and rethink global economic incentives within the food system in order to make progress against obesity, undernutrition and climate change. William Dietz, MD, co-chair of The Food Institute helped lead the Lancet Commission and co-authored the report.