Diet & Nutrition

Arteaga, Irma, Heflin, Colleen and Hodges, Leslie. 2018.  “SNAP Benefits and Pregnancy-Related Emergency Room Visits.” Population Research and Policy Review 37(6):1031-1052. 

Arteaga, Irma, Heflin, Colleen, and Parsons, Sarah. 2019. “Design Flaws: Consequences of the Coverage Gap in Food Programs on Children at Kindergarten Entry.” Applied Economics Perspectives and Policy 41(2):265–283.

Helfin, Collen, Arteaga, Irma, Hodges, Leslie, Ndashiyme, Jean F., and Rabbitt, Matthew. 2019. “SNAP benefits and childhood asthma.” Social Science & Medicine 220:203-211.

Heflin, Colleen,  Altman, Claire, and Rodriguez, Laura. 2019. “Food Insecurity and Disability in the United States.” Disability and Health Journal 12(2): 220-226.

Heflin, Colleen, Hodges, Leslie and Mueser, Peter. 2016. “Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Progam benefits and emergency room visits for hypoglycemia.” Cambridge University Press 20(7):1314-1321.

Nachman, Keeve E., Punshon, Tracy, Rardin, Laurie, Signes-Pastor, A. J., Murray, Carolyn J., and Pendergrast, Claire. 2018. “Opportunities and Challenges for Dietary Arsenic Intervention.” Environmental Health Perspectives 126(8):84503.

Mejia, Angie, Lee, Mary Kate and Monnat, Shannon M. 2019. “An Apple a Day Keeps Diabetes at Bay: Incentivizing Participation in Diabetes Self-Management Education with Fruit & Vegetable Vouchers.” Lerner Center Population Health Research Brief Series. Syracuse University Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion.

Mejia, Angie, Mary Kate Lee, and Shannon M. Monnat. 2019. “An Apple a Day Keeps the Diabetes at Bay: Incentivizing Participation in Diabetes Self-Management Education with Fruit & Vegetable Vouchers.” Lerner Center Population Health Research Brief Series. Syracuse University Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion.

Minkoff-Zern, Laura-Anne. 2013. “A Review of “FREE FOOD FOR ALL: FIXING SCHOOL FOOD IN AMERICA.” Food & Foodways 21(2):156-158.

Minkoff-Zern, Laura-Anne. 2012. “Knowing “Good Food”: Immigrant Knowledge and the Racial Politics of Farmworker Food Insecurity.” Antipode 46(5):1190-1204.

Minkoff-Zern, Laura-Anne and Carney, Megan. 2015. “Latino Im/migrants, “Dietary Health” and Social Exclusion.” Food, Culture & Society 18(3):463-480.

Montez, Jennifer K., and Eschbach, Karl. 2008. “Country of Birth and Language are Uniquely Associated with Intakes of Fat, Fiber, and Fruits and Vegetables Among Mexican-American Women in the United States.” Journal of the American Dietetic Association 108(3):473-480.