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Across the Inland Empire, many are feeling the pinch of inflation and can’t keep up with the rising costs of food.
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The $250 on Diana Hernandez’s CalFresh food benefits card doesn’t go as far as it used to. A single parent, the 26-year-old juggles working at a grocery store and driving for Instacart, all while taking care of her two children.
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Like many families in the sprawling Inland Empire, the Zavalas feel the pressure record inflation this summer has put on their wallets over the past year.
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“I think it would be a bit cavalier to all of a sudden say, We’re completely through with it,” Dr. Fauci said at a center event this week.
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“Lights don’t feed kids,” one Democrat tweeted after the Governor’s Mansion was lit orange to raise awareness about hunger.
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Patients who hadn’t sought health care in years flocked to clinics when a temporary pandemic program expanded Medicaid access to the commonwealth’s guest worker population.
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"The narrative that we aren’t feeding kids who need help is just plain false," his communications director said after NBC News revealed Missouri was the only state not to opt in to grab-and-go meals.
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More than 100 people responded to a call from the Democrat and Chronicle for their favorite tree in Rochester.
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COVID taught us a lot about feeding people, especially children. Here's how we can make the lessons stick.
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Type 2 diabetes in children was rare 40 years ago, but not anymore, according to Dr. Jane Lynch, a professor of pediatric endocrinology at UT Health San Antonio.

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