Published in Healthcare Finance, Tax and Law Weekly, October 6th, 2004
Elders, who led the Arkansas Health Department before being named the nation's top health official by then-President Bill Clinton, said Friday that churches and schools both need to work more closely with teenagers.
Church officials "need to do more than moralize from the pulpit and preach to the choir," Elders said. "They've got to get out in the streets and work with our young people."
Elders, 71, addressed 175 health...
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