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Food Insecurity in Indian Country: A Case Study Approach

Quiz for CE Credit

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1. Food secure households are those households that have access at all times to enough food to support an active healthy life for all the members.


2. Approximately 12 % of households in the United States have food insecurity, or are uncertain of having enough food to meet the needs of household members.


3. Rates of food insecurity among households with children under the age of 18 are higher (16.5% in 2016).


4. American Indian and Alaskan Native households are twice as likely to be food insecure compared to white households.


5. Risk factors for food insecurity to be looking for when assessing patients/clients/community members include:








6. Food insecurity in children is associated with significant health, behavior, and academic risks.