Community gardens take root in Nashville
The Tennessean (June 27, 2010)
Vanderbilt University medical student Sabrina Poon saw the same diet-related diseases again and again at the free clinic in East Nashville: diabetes, hypertension, osteoarthritis.
Vanderbilt med students target obesity
The Tennessean (October 27, 2009)
A group of medical students is sounding the alarm on the state’s childhood obesity rates and hopes to bring change one soda can at a time.
Garden brings good health
The Tennessean (June 1, 2009)
While volunteering at the Shade Tree Clinic in East Nashville, Sabina Poon and Michael Wolf noticed the increasing number of patients battling diabetes and hypertension.
Med students’ idea grows into reality in East Nashville
Vanderbilt Reporter (May 8, 2009)
When first-year Vanderbilt University School of Medicine students Sabrina Poon and Michael Wolf were volunteering at the Shade Tree Clinic in East Nashville, they noticed how many patients had diabetes and hypertension.
Vandy students hope urban garden promotes healthy living
WKRN local news (May 2, 2009)
A group of medical students at Vanderbilt University planted a garden in east Nashville’s McFerrin Park community Saturday in hopes of encouraging healthier eating.