Originally published on Hennepin Healthcare News. Diana Cutts, MD, has been appointed Chair of Pediatrics at Hennepin Healthcare. Dr. Cutts served as Interim Chair since 2018 and was selected as permanent chair following a national and local search process. Dr. Cutts joined the Department of Pediatrics in 1992 as a staff pediatrician and Medical Director […]
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Dr. Diana Becker Cutts speaks at Second Harvest Heartland’s “Hunger and Health Forum” regarding food insecurity, nutrition and activity.
Children’s HealthWatch Principal Investigator, Dr. Diana Cutts, presented Undernourished and Overweight, The Link Between Food Insecurity and Obesity at the Minnesota American Academy of Pediatrics Conference.
Originally published on Rewire News. Moms 4 Housing has framed their fight for housing as a human right; their claim to secure and affordable housing is shaped through their identity as mothers with children in their care. Their demand for a home in which they can securely dwell and raise their family is a core […]
Originally published on Stat News. The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) is our nation’s first line of defense against food insecurity. It’s a lifeline that can provide enough food for all household members to lead healthy and active lives. As a fundamental component of America’s public health and economic infrastructure, SNAP helps sustain people when the […]
Originally published on Boston University School of Public Health The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) serves as a buffer against food insecurity for millions of low-income Americans. Food insecurity and other economic hardships are associated with health, developmental, behavioral, and educational issues for children and their caregivers. The majority of SNAP participants with children have […]