As the baby formula crisis worsens, it’s also magnifying disparities in the U.S.

Shelves normally meant for baby formula sit nearly empty at a store in downtown Washington, D.C., on May 22.

Empty store shelves. Frustrated parents. The formula shortage has upended life for millions of families across the nation and magnified longtime disparities in how infants receive nutrition.

(Image credit: Samuel Corum/AFP via Getty Images)

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