Individuals experiencing food insecurity in the U.S. during the first year of the pandemic were more than twice as likely to forego or delay medical care due to cost concerns compared to food-secure households, according to new study

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So, what you’re saying is that people who have to choose between food and healthcare chooses food? Shocking


Let’s not forget the doctor that you NEED to see, only take “referrals” from your PCP, which you don’t have because you can’t afford one, or insurance.


Only in America… Literally, only in America.


Almost like people who have trouble buying food don’t want to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars at the hospital


Food versus medicine should never be a binary decision. This is tragic.