Health zones target child development

TAKING THE LEAD: Thaysha Mejina, center, speaks with Jennifer Rossi, left, program coordinator for the Environmental Justice League of Rhode Island, and Judith Russell, right, nurse at Nowell Leadership Academy, where Thaysha is a student. / PBN PHOTO/ MICHAEL SALERNO
TAKING THE LEAD: Thaysha Mejina, center, speaks with Jennifer Rossi, left, program coordinator for the Environmental Justice League of Rhode Island, and Judith Russell, right, nurse at Nowell Leadership Academy, where Thaysha is a student. / PBN PHOTO/ MICHAEL SALERNO
Rhode Island is paying more attention to the urban mother-child relationship and its effect on children's health and development from cradle to workforce through newly…

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