Tag Archive | "Hunger"

When Army veteran Eugene Milligan fell off a charity’s rolls for home-delivered Meals on Wheels because of a long stay in the hospital last winter, he had to rely on others such as his son, a local church and a generous off-duty nurse to bring him food. (Andrea Morales for Kaiser Health News)

How America Fails To Deliver Meals To Its Aging

Army veteran Eugene Milligan is 75 years old and blind. He uses a wheelchair since losing half his right leg to diabetes and gets dialysis for kidney failure.

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How to short circuit hunger

One reason that dieting is so difficult is because of the unpleasant sensation arising from a persistent hunger drive.”

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Federal program aims to end elder hunger

By Linda F. Fitzgerald The growing problem of elder hunger in the United States, including right here in Massachusetts, is disgraceful. And, it can be solved. Older residents, and families, still struggle to put food on the table, due in part to the tough economy, but also because of the high cost of living in […]

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