Nicole Betor

Authored Content

Malnutrition is a complex and burdensome condition that is often connected to social determinants of health—including food insecurity—that can widen disparities in health outcomes.

Worse air quality leads to preventable negative health outcomes that increase healthcare costs. Further, urban and minority populations are often exposed to disproportionate pollution risks, leading to impaired health and increased financial burden on both individuals and broader health and social systems.