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18 million US children are at risk of hunger: How is...

Heather Eicher-Miller, Purdue University; David Himmelgreen, University of South Florida; Diana Cuy Castellanos, University of Dayton, and Kecia Johnson, Mississippi State University Editor’s note: The...

Americans aren’t getting enough to eat during the coronavirus pandemic –...

Kayla de la Haye, University of Southern California The number of Americans who can’t get enough food is rising from already troubling levels during the...

A hospital that prescribes free nutritious food to families who need...

Diana Cuy Castellanos, University of Dayton Being food-insecure – unable to get enough nutritious food to meet your needs – can take a toll on...

Nobel Peace Prize spotlights the links between hunger and conflict

Jessica Eise, Purdue University The 2020 Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded to the United Nations World Food Program for its efforts to combat hunger,...

To reduce world hunger, governments need to think beyond making food...

Michael Fakhri, University of Oregon and Ntina Tzouvala, Australian National University According to a new United Nations report, global rates of hunger and malnutrition are...

The Life and Mission of Atul Tandon, Recipient of Life &...

Ending Extreme Poverty Atul Tandon is fighting for one big goal: to end extreme poverty in his lifetime.  An Indian-born banker, entrepreneur, and philanthropist who is...

Fast food is comforting, but in low-income areas it crowds out...

Catherine Keske, University of California, Merced Many Americans take comfort in the routine of jumping into the car and grabbing a burger. They choose restaurants...

The Philippines has rated ‘Golden Rice’ safe, but farmers might not...

Glenn Davis Stone, Washington University in St Louis and Dominic Glover, Institute of Development Studies “Golden Rice” is probably the world’s most hotly debated genetically...

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At the beauty salon, Dominican-American women conflicted over quest for straight...

Melissa Godin, New York University When Chabelly Pacheco – a Dominican-American who moved to Long Island when she was five years old – walks into...