Midtown Catholic Charities programs respond to health care disparities

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JoeAnn Henderson likes the brown eggs, the greens and beets. City Greens Market at Midtown Catholic Charities Community Services helps her obtain wholesome food in her neighborhood. Since Henderson has been shopping there she's lost weight and has improved her eating habits. Midtown Catholic Charities is seeing success in its programs serving low-income families who live in one of eight St. Louis City neighborhoods.

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