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America Close Up (The Health Revolution: Children's Injuries Prevention) #593003

NBC Evening News for Monday, May 24, 1993
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(Studio: Stone Phillips) Report introduced.

(New York: Dawn Fratangelo) A program designed to give kids safe things to do featured; scenes shown from the Pediatric Injury Prevention Program at Harlem Hospital in New York City. [Dr. Barbara BARLOW - describes the aim of the program to prevent unnecessary trauma to the kids.] [Injured teen Abraham DANIEL - describes his interest in painting.] The "flower power" approach to increasing kids' self-esteem detailed. ["Greening of Harlem" Bernadette COZART - comments.] Drop in injuries to the children of Harlem since the program started noted.

Fratangelo, Dawn;
Phillips, Stone

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