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Lakehill's sophomore class raised over $800 for Crossroads Community Services through pizza and snack sales and a Half-Court Shot raffle. They were able to present a check to the organization on March 17 during their class meeting.

In her work, the photographer Joey O’Loughlin captures the diverse reality of New York’s food pantry lines.

Without access to basic financial services, poor and minority communities are more likely to use dangerous, high-cost options.

Poverty is a better predictor of childhood obesity than race, new research suggests.

Americans may not need to cut back on eggs as much as they once thought. And eating lean meat is still OK. But watch the added sugars, especially the sugary drinks. So say the Obama administration's new dietary guidelines, released Thursday.

About 1 in 4 children live in poverty in Texas. TEGNA Media stations across the state have joined together to make a difference by raising awareness of #TexasForChildren

IRS rules and growing evidence pressure hospitals to do more to fight hunger in their communities

The waistlines of Dallas youth are bulging, and the problem is only getting worse, with nearly half of children in the county overweight or obese, according to a study released Tuesday by Children’s Medical Center Dallas.

The New Way That Pediatricians Will Look Out for Hungry Kids

A new policy statement by the American Academy of Pediatrics suggests doctors are being encouraged take the socioeconomic roots of health more seriously.

Advocates are trying to get more families involved in available safety net programs.

Hunger and obesity often go hand in hand.

Thursday is the 7th annual North Texas Giving Day, a Communities Foundation of Texas program to raise money for local nonprofits.

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