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People looking for dental care in underserved areas could get some help from dental hygienists thanks to a law that recently went into effect. Through the South Dakota Dental Practice Act, hygienists will be able to independently perform routine dental...
email@example.comOZARK, Mo -- A new report says programs in the Show Me State need to provide more dental care for low-income families. Dentists we spoke to say they take the report from the Pew Center on States seriously, but offer a different perspective. Yes,...
Six area organizations recently received grants from Summit Endowment to aid them in implementing or continuing programs to benefit the community, the organization announced recently. Grants were awarded to: • Chambersburg Hospital Research...
Faithful readers, it is that time of year again! The day when we make promises to ourselves that we would actually keep if we made them to anyone else. It is time for New Year's resolutions, and this year I have called upon my social media tools —...
As long as passions are running hot and heavy in Allentown over whether to hock the city's water system decades into the future, it may be a good time to consider whether to continue injecting poison into that system's drinking water. A little bit of...
Seniors with questions and concerns about their teeth will be able to get free answers through a new program from the Baltimore City Health Department. Called “My Smile,” the program targets low-income seniors who are in need of dental...
Tags: Health, Mouth, Gum Disease, Cancer, Arthritis
Shavon Carter arrived at the dentist's office Thursday morning with her five young sons and an orange bucket full of Halloween candy. Before their appointments, the East Baltimore family traded their trick-or-treat bounty for a toy in a swap program that...
Tribune reporterA $650,000 grant will pave the way for a new health center in Evanston that will target low-income patients, officials said today. TheU.S. Department of Health and Human Servicesgrant will allow the city to create a “federally qualified health...
Tags: Evanston, Health, Elizabeth Tisdahl, Personal Income, Family
CUMBERLAND, Md. -- Allegany College of Maryland graduated 367 students at recent 50th commencement exercises on the Cumberland campus. The graduates earned a total of 437 associate degrees and certificates. Members of ACM's spring 2012 class, and the...
I responded to a question about free dental care last week. This week I want to continue my answer to that question. The University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine provides dental care to patients as part of their educational program. Dental work...
WDBJ7 ReporterGot too much candy from Halloween night? Dentists say give it away. Kool Smiles dentistry in Danville and Christiansburg is collecting unwanted or extra candy for the troops overseas. It's part of Operation Gratitude. For every 25 pieces of candy a...
Dr. H. Berton McCauley, former chief of the dental division of the Baltimore Health Department, who led the controversial battle that resulted in the city's water supply being fluoridated nearly 60 years ago, died Oct. 23 of prostate cancer at his...
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