Secondhand Smoke and Cavities

Secondhand Smoke and Cavities
Exposure to secondhand smoke could make children more susceptible to cavities, although more research is needed before it can be considered a risk factor. One way to accomplish this would be to look for evidence of exposure to nicotine in the blood of …
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Good Oral Health Care Can Lead to Better Management of Diabetes
The American Diabetes Association reports in its online journal that "periodontal treatment leads to an improvement of glycemic [blood sugar] control in type 2 diabetic patients for at least three months." In a population where some one-third of all …
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Bringing up baby
New recommendation: The American Academy of Pediatrics now recommends that parents keep their toddlers in rear-facing car seats much longer. Why it's better: "The revised … This echoed recommendations made earlier in the year by the American Dental …
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New Research by ADA Health Policy Institute Examines Oral Care Access and

New Research by ADA Health Policy Institute Examines Oral Care Access and
The monthly The Journal of the American Dental Association (JADA) is the ADA's flagship publication and the best-read scientific journal in dentistry. For more information about the ADA, visit www.ada.org. For more information on oral health, including …
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Public Release: 15-Jan-2015 Bone stem cells shown to regenerate bone and
The discovery by researchers at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) is reported today in the online issue of the journal Cell. … The study was funded by grants from the National Institutes of Health (5U54 CA126513, R01 RHL115145A, AR056246, and …
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Dentists Claim They Can't Treat Poor Kids. Here's How They Can.
Dental disease only gets worse if it's left untreated, and when people are unable to find a dentist to help them, they often end up in the ER. According to a study in the Journal of the American Dental Association, more than 4 million people went to …
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Lastest Dental Veneers News

All Smiles Dental now Offers Dental Veneers
LEXINGTON, S.C. — For those who have long been dissatisfied with the look of their smile, Dr. Crock of All Smiles Dental may have the ideal treatment. With the help of dental veneers, patients can change the look of crooked or misaligned teeth …
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LEX 18 Investigates A Detective Involved In A Scam
Investigators also found Brown had spent more than $ 5,000 during that time period, including $ 7,918 for dental veneers, and $ 7,758 for a swimming pool. He also allegedly took money from Mayslick Rentals, which provided financing for people who wanted …
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Jena Malone on 'Inherent Vice,' 'Batman v Superman,' and Her 'Punk'd' Legacy
Hope is a recovering drug addict in 1970 Los Angeles and as such she looks pretty rough, with a mouth full of crummy veneers and skin like a citrus-deprived pirate. She's only in the movie briefly but makes a big impression. We talked about her …
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Alachua County business announcements for the week of Nov. 17, 2014

Alachua County business announcements for the week of Nov. 17, 2014
In addition, the named associate board members include: Erik Sander, UF Engineering Innovation Institute director; Kim Tesch-Vaught, CareerSource North Central Florida executive director; and Mark Davidson, Tech Toy Box president and founder. … 19 it …
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Sexual assault complaint withdrawn
Harris, 19, was suspended by Florida and the University Athletic Association on Monday when university police began an investigation into an accusation that Harris sexually assaulted a female student at an on-campus residence hall early Sunday morning.
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Mary King Givens
He is recognized for his work in international programs, economic development initiatives, and innovative research partnerships, and has served with the Latin American Association, the Carter Presidential Center, and the United Nations in Vienna …
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Tending to Unmet Dental Needs, a Root of Elder Hunger

Tending to Unmet Dental Needs, a Root of Elder Hunger
In one of the first programs of its kind in the U.S., nonprofit food-delivery service Citymeals-on-Wheels recently joined with Columbia University College of Dental Medicine to conduct a pilot study of meal recipients' oral health. Funded … Before …
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Peabody Dentist Working Toward Forensic Dentist Board Certification
In 2009, Dr. Argeros earned the prestigious Fellowship in the American Academy of Implant Dentistry and was also appointed to the review board for the academy's publication, The Journal of Oral Implantology. He is a member of the Massachusetts Dental …
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