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Figure 2. From: Food Insufficiency and Health Services Utilization in a National Sample of Homeless Adults.

Food intake and hunger characteristics of food insufficient vs. food sufficient respondents. Panel a Going without eating and going hungry, past month. Panel b Usual daily meal consumption. Data source: 2003 Health Care for the Homeless User Survey, Health Resources and Services Administration. a Percentages are weighted using analysis weights provided by Research Triangle Institute, International. Tick marks indicate the bounds of one standard error. b P value for chi-square test.

Travis P. Baggett, et al. J Gen Intern Med. 2011 June;26(6):627-634.
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Figure 1. From: Food Insufficiency and Health Services Utilization in a National Sample of Homeless Adults.

Prevalence of food insufficiency among all adult respondents (n = 966) and in selected demographic subgroups. Data source: 2003 Health Care for the Homeless User Survey, Health Resources and Services Administration. Abbreviations: Y = yes, N = no, W = white, B = black, H = Hispanic, O = other, HS = high school. aPercentages are weighted using analysis weights provided by Research Triangle Institute, International. Tick marks indicate the bounds of one standard error. bPhysically or sexually assaulted in the past year.

Travis P. Baggett, et al. J Gen Intern Med. 2011 June;26(6):627-634.

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