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<p>From left: Dr. Eric G. Bing, head of Global Health Initiatives of the Bush Institute and professor of Global Health at Southern Methodist University; former first lady Laura Bush; Dr. Elizabeth Melendez, interim program director of Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency Program, Methodist Health Systems; and Dr. Eduardo Sanchez, deputy medical officer of the American Heart Association. </p>

From left: Dr. Eric G. Bing, head of Global Health Initiatives of the Bush Institute and professor of Global Health at Southern Methodist University; former first lady Laura Bush; Dr. Elizabeth Melendez, interim program director of Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency Program, Methodist Health Systems; and Dr. Eduardo Sanchez, deputy medical officer of the American Heart Association.

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Experts unite for healthier babies, moms

The importance of preventive health care in the community was the topic of the United for Healthy Moms and Babies, a panel discussion that brought together former first lady Laura Bush and an expert panel of health professionals with United Way and Kimberly-Clark Corporation.