Monet Niesluchowski's research while affiliated with Arizona State University and other places

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Billions of people globally, living with various degrees of water insecurity, obtain their household and drinking water from diverse sources that can absorb a disproportionate amount of a household's income. In theory, there are income and expenditure thresholds associated with effective mitigation of household water insecurity, but there is little...
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Objectives: Food and water insecurity have both been demonstrated as acute and chronic stressors and undermine human health and development. A basic untested proposition is that they chronically coexist, and that household water insecurity is a fundamental driver of household food insecurity. Methods: We provide a preliminary assessment of their...
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Weight and weight loss are major cultural preoccupations in the United States today, and stigma stemming from being socially categorized as fat appears to be steadily worsening. Online spaces and, more specifically, blogs (weblogs) provide a potentially safe and empowering space in which people struggling with weight issues can create new, virtual...

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... Scale items cover the same sub-constructs, which include water-related psychosocial distress, insufficient water for consumption, and water-induced disruptions in hygiene and other daily activities. The WISE scales or subsets of their items have been valuable for understanding how water insecurity relates to a range of issues, including socioeconomic and gender inequalities, food insecurity, psychosocial distress, hygiene, human development, and health (Young et al. 2019b;Brewis et al. 2020;Hannah et al. 2020;Staddon et al. 2020;Stoler et al. 2020Stoler et al. , 2021Venkataramanan et al. 2020;Rosinger et al. 2021;Duignan et al. 2022;Mao et al. 2022;Wutich et al. 2022). ...
... Additionally, the incidence of diarrhea was higher in households experiencing water insecurity and the difference was statistically significant. Our study specifically focused on drinking water access, but other previous studies have shown that water insecurity has been associated with domestic violence [42]; food insecurity [10,43]; depression and anxiety [44,45] and limited social capital [46]. ...
... And even more bizarrely, Ho (2014) (Trainer, Brewis, Wutich, Kurtz & Niesluchowski, 2016) or other support networks like infertility blogs (Bronstein & Knoll, 2015). ...