Another Publication for the APEAL lab



APEAL Phd student, Michael Martin, published this week in the journal ‘Public Health’. The article, titled “Food insecurity and mental illness: disproportionate impacts in the context of perceived stress and social isolation“, addresses the co-occurence of food insecurity and mental health in the Canadian Community Health Survey, a nationally representative cross-sectional survey. Mental illness is more common in individuals experiencing food insecurities, and the relationship was strongest in those reporting more stress, weak community belonging and as women—important information when crafting clinical interventions and policy!

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