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Daily Press
VCU receives $2.4 million to increase dental care for childrenA 5-year, $2.4 million federal grant from the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Se
VCU receives $2.4 million to increase dental care for children
Daily Press / Posted 4 days ago
A 5-year, $2.4 million federal grant from the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services will fund the development of a new interprofessional curriculum at VCU, provide teledentistry equipment, and expand the pediatric dental residency program at two... Read more
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NBC 12 Richmond
VCU School of Dentistry receives $2.4 million grantRICHMOND, Va. (AP) - The Virginia Commonwealth University School of Dentistry h
VCU School of Dentistry receives $2.4 million grant
NBC 12 Richmond / Posted 6 days ago
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - The Virginia Commonwealth University School of Dentistry has received a $2.4 million federal grant. The university says the grant will be used to introduce a new curriculum, purchase new dental technology and build on efforts to... Read more
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iol.co.za
Milk in tea prevents stained teethLondon - Putting milk in your tea stops your teeth being stained, researchers h
Milk in tea prevents stained teeth
iol.co.za / Posted 6 days ago
London - Putting milk in your tea stops your teeth being stained, researchers have found. A protein in the milk prevents tannins in the tea discolouring the enamel. It is said to be even more effective than whitening toothpastes and as good as some... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
New funding supports pilot study that aims to address national crisis in children's oral healthResearchers at Plymouth University Peninsula School of Dentistry have received
New funding supports pilot study that aims to address national crisis in children's oral health
News-Medical-Net / Posted 6 days ago
Researchers at Plymouth University Peninsula School of Dentistry have received funding of around £150,000 from the Medical Research Council to support a pilot study which aims to go some way towards addressing the national crisis in children's oral... Read more
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ABC 13 Lynchburg
VCU School of Dentistry receives $2.4 million grantRICHMOND, Va. (AP) - The Virginia Commonwealth University School of Dentistry h
VCU School of Dentistry receives $2.4 million grant
ABC 13 Lynchburg / Posted 6 days ago
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - The Virginia Commonwealth University School of Dentistry has received a $2.4 million federal grant. The university says the grant will be used to introduce a new curriculum, purchase new dental technology and build on efforts to... Read more
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WVVA Bluefield
VCU School of Dentistry receives $2.4 million grantRICHMOND, Va. (AP) - The Virginia Commonwealth University School of Dentistry h
VCU School of Dentistry receives $2.4 million grant
WVVA Bluefield / Posted 6 days ago
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - The Virginia Commonwealth University School of Dentistry has received a $2.4 million federal grant. The university says the grant will be used to introduce a new curriculum, purchase new dental technology and build on efforts to... Read more
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PR.com
Oral Cancer Awareness Key to SurvivalScripps Oral Pathology Service (SOPS) offers CE course in Del Mar, CA, "Oral Pa
Oral Cancer Awareness Key to Survival
PR.com / Posted 6 days ago
Scripps Oral Pathology Service (SOPS) offers CE course in Del Mar, CA, "Oral Pathology: From Differential Diagnosis to Biopsy." San Diego, CA, August 26, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Scripps Oral Pathology Service (SOPS) is the preeminent oral cancer... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
How VCU dentists plan to help children in need without a trip to a dental officeRICHMOND, Va. — The VCU School of Dentistry plans to spend a recently awarded $
How VCU dentists plan to help children in need without a trip to a dental office
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted 7 days ago
RICHMOND, Va. — The VCU School of Dentistry plans to spend a recently awarded $2.4 million federal grant to help more Virginia children whose families do not have the means to see a dentist. The dentistry school will spend the money to buy... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Business briefsFundraising conference For more information visit http://afpct.afpnet.org/Conf
Business briefs
Darien News-Review / Posted 7 days ago
Fundraising conference For more information visit http://afpct.afpnet.org/Conference-NPDinConnecticut.aspx NPD is now soliciting presenters for the event. Individuals with expertise in any area of philanthropy are encouraged to submit a proposal.... Read more
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The Temple News
New bike stations installedBikers can perform repairs on the Main and Health Sciences campuses. The unive
New bike stations installed
The Temple News / Posted 7 days ago
Bikers can perform repairs on the Main and Health Sciences campuses. The university’s Office of Sustainability installed eight bicycle repair stations this summer to accommodate what officials said was a growing number of student and faculty... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Man behind maskThe plaster has set, the mask is being cast and all is in readiness for Musical
Man behind mask
Otago Daily Times / Posted 8 days ago
The plaster has set, the mask is being cast and all is in readiness for Musical Theatre Dunedin's version of The Phantom of the Opera. A mould and model for the mask was cast yesterday by University of Otago School of Dentistry technical services... Read more
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Bury Times
WEIRD WORLD NEWS: How the iPhone's Siri voice assistant saved a teenager's lifeA look at some of the more unusual and wacky stories making headlines across th
WEIRD WORLD NEWS: How the iPhone's Siri voice assistant saved a teenager's life
Bury Times / Posted 13 days ago
A look at some of the more unusual and wacky stories making headlines across the globe. SIRI SAVIOUR A Tennessee teenager is alive, thanks to Siri. Sam Ray, 18, says the voice recognition service on his iPhone - famously named Siri - called... Read more
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Bolton News
WEIRD WORLD NEWS: How the iPhone's Siri voice assistant saved a teenager's lifeA look at some of the more unusual and wacky stories making headlines across th
WEIRD WORLD NEWS: How the iPhone's Siri voice assistant saved a teenager's life
Bolton News / Posted 13 days ago
A look at some of the more unusual and wacky stories making headlines across the globe. SIRI SAVIOUR A Tennessee teenager is alive, thanks to Siri. Sam Ray, 18, says the voice recognition service on his iPhone - famously named Siri - called... Read more
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The Atlantic
How Literature Inspires EmpathyAlaa Al Aswany, the author of The Automobile Club of Egypt, is no stranger to a
How Literature Inspires Empathy
The Atlantic / Posted 14 days ago
Alaa Al Aswany, the author of The Automobile Club of Egypt, is no stranger to activism. One of Egypt’s most recognizable literary celebrities, he was a high-profile fixture of the 2011 Tahrir Square demonstrations. A New Yorker profile established... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Adding milk to tea could save your teeth - research'Tea is the second most consumed drink in the world, and the way it's processed
Adding milk to tea could save your teeth - research
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 15 days ago
'Tea is the second most consumed drink in the world, and the way it's processed affects how teeth are stained.' Photo / iStock Add tea to your milk in your tea stops your teeth being stained, researchers have found. A protein in the milk prevents... Read more
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Business Wire
Delta Dental of Tennessee Helps Healing Hands Health Center In Bristol Double Its Clinic SizeDelta Dental of Tennessee’s Smile180 Foundation, which supports dental clinics
Delta Dental of Tennessee Helps Healing Hands Health Center In Bristol Double Its Clinic Size
Business Wire / Posted 15 days ago
Delta Dental of Tennessee’s Smile180 Foundation, which supports dental clinics across Tennessee, awarded a grant to the Healing Hands Health Center, enabling them to double their clinic size from 4,600 square feet to 9,600 square feet, including... Read more
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KTBS Shreveport
Northwestern State students complete summer trip of a lifetimeNATCHITOCHES – Dental treatments on 2,000 school kids, hygiene lessons, gospel
Northwestern State students complete summer trip of a lifetime
KTBS Shreveport / Posted 15 days ago
NATCHITOCHES – Dental treatments on 2,000 school kids, hygiene lessons, gospel sharing, beach cleanup and other service projects, plus touring a Mayan archaeological site and snorkeling on a massive coral reef helped make this summer one a group of... Read more
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FOX 28 South Bend
IU School of Dentistry gets approval for building expansionSmiles are going to get a bit brighter on the Indiana University-Purdue Univers
IU School of Dentistry gets approval for building expansion
FOX 28 South Bend / Posted 15 days ago
Smiles are going to get a bit brighter on the Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis campus after getting approval to expand the IU School of Dentistry building. The Indiana University Board of Trustees unanimously voted to a... Read more
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Daily Mail
Why a splash of milk is BETTER than whitening toothpasteWhy a splash of milk in your tea keeps teeth white: Protein found in dairy prev
Why a splash of milk is BETTER than whitening toothpaste
Daily Mail / Posted 15 days ago
Why a splash of milk in your tea keeps teeth white: Protein found in dairy prevents staining - and is BETTER than whitening toothpaste Tea contains dark-coloured tannins that make it bitter and stain the teeth Milk is more effective than whitening... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Namedropper, August 16, 2015League honors award recipients Amy DiChiara received the Mary Harriman Award
Namedropper, August 16, 2015
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 16 days ago
League honors award recipients Amy DiChiara received the Mary Harriman Award for exemplary service to the league, and the Margaret L. Richards Award for outstanding community impact was awarded to Shannon Roche when the Junior League of Scranton... Read more
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The Jewish Press
Bringing Bright Smiles To A Jewish African CommunityWhen D’vora Biderman, 22, was asked by her parents what gift she wanted when sh
Bringing Bright Smiles To A Jewish African Community
The Jewish Press / Posted 18 days ago
When D’vora Biderman, 22, was asked by her parents what gift she wanted when she graduated NYU School of Dentistry with a degree in Dental Hygiene, she opted for a trip to Uganda. Although Africa is an unlikely destination for an observant young lady... Read more
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ABC News
Friend of Cecil the Lion's Killer Speaks Out"I've probably known him for 50 years already, and I've never seen anything lik
Friend of Cecil the Lion's Killer Speaks Out
ABC News / Posted 18 days ago
"I've probably known him for 50 years already, and I've never seen anything like what we are being told about," Chad Wagner told ABC News’ “20/20” in an exclusive interview. “[He’s] the type of guy who would give you the shirt off his back when in... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Alberta study shows teeth stains reduced by milkSmile, it’s teatime. It’s been long held as truth if you add milk to your morn
Alberta study shows teeth stains reduced by milk
Calgary Sun / Posted 19 days ago
Smile, it’s teatime. It’s been long held as truth if you add milk to your morning cup of tea it will help reduce the stains leftover on your teeth, but a University of Alberta researcher has finally proven it to be fact. “This is an idea that’s... Read more
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The Advocate
LSU professor to chair psychiatry board, and other news of higher educationLSU professor elected to lead psychiatry board Ann Tilton, professor of neurol
LSU professor to chair psychiatry board, and other news of higher education
The Advocate / Posted 20 days ago
LSU professor elected to lead psychiatry board Ann Tilton, professor of neurology and pediatrics and section chairwoman of child neurology at LSU Health New Orleans School of Medicine, has been elected chairwoman of the American Board of Psychiatry... Read more
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The News & Observer
Six months after Chapel Hill killings, victims’ legacy of good lives on | News & Observer August 11, 2015 Community resource center being built D
Six months after Chapel Hill killings, victims’ legacy of good lives on
The News & Observer / Posted 21 days ago
| News & Observer August 11, 2015 Community resource center being built Donations paid for two dental... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Joanne McNeill: Teeth and murder most foulJoanne McNeill talks about her trip to the dentist. All of my teeth were rippe
Joanne McNeill: Teeth and murder most foul
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 21 days ago
Joanne McNeill talks about her trip to the dentist. All of my teeth were ripped untimely from my head recently. Of course, I exaggerate. I wanted the dentist to take the lot but he refused because the remaining six were perfectly healthy. Clearly,... Read more
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Deseret News
Drug users on road to recovery may receive help getting their smiles backSALT LAKE CITY — People with drug problems aren't usually thought of as missing
Drug users on road to recovery may receive help getting their smiles back
Deseret News / Posted 22 days ago
SALT LAKE CITY — People with drug problems aren't usually thought of as missing out on the benefits of health care, but substance use issues often lead them to go without essential medical services, particularly dental care. When helping to... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Grant program aims to provide oral health care to underserved people facing substance abuse issuesPeople with drug problems don't often come to mind as an underserved population
Grant program aims to provide oral health care to underserved people facing substance abuse issues
News-Medical-Net / Posted 25 days ago
People with drug problems don't often come to mind as an underserved population regarding health care. Yet, because of their substance abuse issues, they often go without essential medical services, particularly when it comes to caring for their... Read more
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Philly.com
Hazmat crews respond to spill at University of PennsylvaniaPHILADELPHIA (AP) - Hazardous material teams determined there was nothing to fe
Hazmat crews respond to spill at University of Pennsylvania
Philly.com / Posted 26 days ago
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Hazardous material teams determined there was nothing to fear at the University of Pennsylvania School of Dentistry. A cleaning crew reported a bio-hazard spill just before 2:00 a.m. Thursday inside a laboratory at the Robert... Read more
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WFMJ Youngstown
Hazmat crews respond to spill at University of PennsylvaniaPHILADELPHIA (AP) - Hazardous material teams determined there was nothing to fe
Hazmat crews respond to spill at University of Pennsylvania
WFMJ Youngstown / Posted 26 days ago
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Hazardous material teams determined there was nothing to fear at the University of Pennsylvania School of Dentistry. A cleaning crew reported a bio-hazard spill just before 2:00 a.m. Thursday inside a laboratory at the Robert... Read more
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New Jersey Herald
Hazmat crews respond to spill at University of PennsylvaniaPHILADELPHIA (AP) - Hazardous material teams determined there was nothing to fe
Hazmat crews respond to spill at University of Pennsylvania
New Jersey Herald / Posted 26 days ago
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Hazardous material teams determined there was nothing to fear at the University of Pennsylvania School of Dentistry. A cleaning crew reported a bio-hazard spill just before 2:00 a.m. Thursday inside a laboratory at the Robert... Read more
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WTRF Wheeling
Hazmat crews respond to spill at University of PennsylvaniaPHILADELPHIA (AP) - Hazardous material teams determined there was nothing to fe
Hazmat crews respond to spill at University of Pennsylvania
WTRF Wheeling / Posted 26 days ago
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Hazardous material teams determined there was nothing to fear at the University of Pennsylvania School of Dentistry. A cleaning crew reported a bio-hazard spill just before 2:00 a.m. Thursday inside a laboratory at the Robert... Read more
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KATV Little Rock
UAMS welcomes first dental residentsIn July, UAMS welcomed its first two resident dentists as part of a yearlong, p
UAMS welcomes first dental residents
KATV Little Rock / Posted 27 days ago
In July, UAMS welcomed its first two resident dentists as part of a yearlong, postgraduate dental residency program – the first of its kind for Arkansas. Little Rock native Ashley McMillan D.D.S. and Michael Dienberg, D.D.S., of Racine Wisconsin,... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Young scientists test the boundariesFrom weather to water, salt to sand, teeth to tech; all matter of experiments a
Young scientists test the boundaries
Otago Daily Times / Posted 29 days ago
From weather to water, salt to sand, teeth to tech; all matter of experiments are on display at the Aurora Otago Science and Technology Fair at Otago Museum. Two hundred and sixty entries from 320 pupils around Otago were set up and scrutinised... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
15th Annual Geriatric Health Care Symposium now open for registrationRegistration is now open for the 15th Annual Geriatric Health Care Symposium, "
15th Annual Geriatric Health Care Symposium now open for registration
News-Medical-Net / Posted 29 days ago
Registration is now open for the 15th Annual Geriatric Health Care Symposium, "Maximizing Independence for Optimal Aging," presented by the University of Louisville Institute for Sustainable Health & Optimal Aging. The symposium will be held 7:30... Read more
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The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register
JOSEPH PALMERJoseph was born June 7, 1960, in Wheeling, a son of Peggy Tralka Palmer of Whee
JOSEPH PALMER
The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register / Posted 30 days ago
Joseph was born June 7, 1960, in Wheeling, a son of Peggy Tralka Palmer of Wheeling and the late John A. "Pete" Palmer, Sr. He was a 1978 graduate of Wheeling Catholic Central High School; a 1985 graduate of the West Virginia University School of... Read more

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