Karmerica Wiseman, 20, kisses her 4-year-old son Jairyden Wiseman in Fresno on July 14. Wiseman, who at the time was 5 months pregnant with her second child, credits the Black Infant Health Program for a healthier pregnancy this time around.
Karmerica Wiseman, 20, kisses her 4-year-old son Jairyden Wiseman in Fresno on July 14. Wiseman, who at the time was 5 months pregnant with her second child, credits the Black Infant Health Program for a healthier pregnancy this time around. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com
Karmerica Wiseman, 20, kisses her 4-year-old son Jairyden Wiseman in Fresno on July 14. Wiseman, who at the time was 5 months pregnant with her second child, credits the Black Infant Health Program for a healthier pregnancy this time around. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com

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