New research investigates the impact of food security on college students’ health, stress and well-being

Monday, October 16, 2023
UAB News

A new study from University of Alabama at Birmingham researchers highlights the impact of food security on college students’ health and well-being. In the study, published in the journal Public Health, researchers investigated the connection between food insecurity, body mass index, diet habits, stress and psychological well-being among college students. The study aimed to shed light on how these factors interplay and potentially affect the overall health of students. 

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