Racial Disparities in Infant Health

Posted On March 25, 2010
Categories CLHS, Events

Successful Atlanta attorney and executive Kim Anderson thought she had done everything right during her pregnancy. She exercised regularly, ate well, and took the precautions necessary to ensure the health of her child, including regular doctor visits. Despite the precautions, her pregnancy ended 2.5 months early and she risked losing her premature baby. She did… more »

Law Student Virtuoso

Posted On March 15, 2010
Categories CLHS, Students

“Childhood obesity in the U.S. has become an epidemic. For the first time in history, experts are predicting that children today will have a lower life expectancy than their parents.” – Raymond Lindholm, law student

Whether showering the audience with the inspiring melodies of his violin or winning the jury’s vote with his powerful closing… more »