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More Than Shelter: How Housing Affordability Is Linked to Older Americans’ Health

Older adults’ housing challenges reflect social and financial inequalities and can lead to poor health.

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College Degrees Yield Lifetime Benefits for the Unlikeliest Graduates

Those who grew up as the least likely to graduate see the greatest returns, including less poverty, more time married, and greater civic engagement, new book finds

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A Shift in Hunger: U.S. Food Policy and What We Learned From the Pandemic

Food insecurity rates increased as pandemic-backed support came to a halt.

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Why Better Care Policies Matter for Gender Equality and the Economy

This International Women’s Day, we’re looking at the impact of unpaid care work on women and girls and the global economy—and how PRB and CREG are helping address this urgent issue.

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Pourquoi de meilleures politiques de soins sont importantes pour l’égalité des sexes et pour l’économie

En cette Journée internationale des femmes, nous examinons l'impact du travail de soins domestiques non rémunéré sur les femmes et les filles, ainsi que sur l'économie mondiale, et comment PRB et CREG contribuent à la réflexion sur cette question urgente.

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Expanded SNAP Benefits Boosted Food Security During the COVID-19 Emergency, Study Finds

Households in the food assistance program made healthier food purchases in 2020, additional research shows

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Why Self-Care Matters in Crisis: Insights from Our Interviews With Organizations in Africa

Self-care advocates have more work to do to clarify the utility of self-care and the importance of self-care approaches in conflict settings.

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