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dailykos.comFarm bill is 'sick joke,' attacking health, nutrition and the environmentCampaign Action The cuts to food assistance in the farm bill passed out of committee by House Republicans are an out-and-out attack on America's poor, but are far from the only damaging affects this bill would have. Because with the food assistance...
telegraph.co.uk10.5 hours of sleep at night and a nap after lunch: Cesc Fabregas reveals his big match preparation secretsAhead of Chelsea’s FA Cup semi-final clash with Southampton on Sunday, midfielder Cesc Fabregas talks to The Telegraph about his fitness, nutrition and psychological preparation
gizmodo.comA Worrying Number of Amazon’s Warehouse Workers Are Reportedly Living Off Food StampsAmazon bills itself as a creator of jobs. Look no further than the ludicrous subsidy packages offered by cities in competition to host its second headquarters. But according to public records requests obtained by the Intercept, Amazon can drain public coffers in other ways, with five states listing Bezos’s empire as a top beneficiary of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance dollars.
theedadvocate.orgGarden-Based Learning: A Return to Simpler Food in K-12 Schools - The EdvocateSpread the loveThe idea that nutrition and educational performance are directly related is nothing new. Free school breakfast and lunch programs are often credited with higher levels of student achievement in the schools where they exist. Non-profit children’s hunger programs intended to feed at-risk students on the weekends are sprouting up all across the country. There is a connection between what a child eats and how that child performs academically. This idea extends beyond simply filling a child’s belly though. An understanding of food and its role in lifelong physical and psychological health is also important because it addresses more …
sfgate.comRepublican plan to tighten food stamp work requirements advances despite opposition from DemocratsWASHINGTON - House Republicans pushed forward Wednesday with a plan to strengthen work requirements for food stamps, even as Democrats excoriated the proposal as an "ideological crusade" that would hurt the poor, burden state governments and endanger the passage of major food and farming legislation. The plan, introduced last week as part of the 2018 Farm Bill, would dramatically expand mandatory state workfare programs in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, better known as food stamps, and require that most adults between 18 and 59 enroll or work at least a part-time job to receive benefits.