Study: Food stamp program reduces hunger, poor health

Researchers used height and weight measurements taken by experts to analyze the effects of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program and found it reduces hunger by 20% and poor health by 35% among children. The study also showed food stamps may decrease obesity rates.

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