California Statewide Youth Media Network

“Food Stamps” Shown to Make People More Healthy

New studies are showing that Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Programs, once called “food stamps,” provides people with more healthy options that can positively affect those too poor to buy healthy food. These health benefits can impact anyone from growing children to pregnant women. “By making nutrition assistance more available to low-income communities, researchers predict, SNAP can continue to improve the health conditions of those who need it.” Read more at AccessLocal.TV.


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This entry was posted on February 13, 2018 by in Access Sacramento, Print and tagged .

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