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How stigma, anxiety and other psychological factors can contribute to food insecurity

By Cassandra M. Johnson, Assistant Professor of Nutrition and Foods, Texas State University
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Detecting food insecurity requires more than assessing what’s in your refrigerator or measuring the distance between your home and the closest supermarket.

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