10 ways the fiscal cliff may hurt your health

POSTED: 08:57 AM PST Nov 30, 2012    UPDATED: 08:58 AM PST Nov 30, 2012 

The fiscal cliff could hurt you more than just in the pocketbook.

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Food For Lower-Income Families -- The Women Infant and Children Supplemental Nutrition Program, known as WIC, would lose about $543 million. Child nutrition programs would be cut by $4 million, while Commodity Assistance would lose $5 million. Other nutrition programs would lose $11 million, and the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance program would lose $8 million under the fiscal cliff cuts.

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