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March 1, 2021 News Oral Health

Paid FREE CE E-Book: A Weave Guide for Healthcare Practices in the Age of Social Distancing

by Weave

WE LIVE IN CHALLENGING TIMES  The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted our economy, our politics, and every level of society. As government regulations and cultural expectations fluctuate in response to the virus, new methods are being developed for healthcare practices meant

January 21, 2021 News DentistryNews

‘It is Totally Irresponsible’: Union Calls Out Manitoba’s Health-Care Restructuring Amid the Pandemic

by CTV News

Manitoba is planning to move forward with the second wave of restructuring its health-care system, which includes shifting the management of the Cadham Provincial Laboratory and other health-care facilities – a move critics say is irresponsible during a pandemic. The

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September 19, 2019 Feature Dental Hygiene

Strategies To Increase The Profile Of Dental Hygienists In The Community

by Natalie Muccioli Emery

As a profession, dental hygiene is at a tipping point. We are balancing on a scale. On one end, the occupational model of practice, and on the other end, the professional practice model. The past 30 years have been a

May 22, 2018 News News

Ontario Election Healthcare Platforms Recap

by Oral Health

With the Ontario election just a couple weeks away and endless information about the parties’ platforms circulating, it’s a good time to refresh yourself on what healthcare promises are being made. Dental care has been a massive topic for each

May 15, 2017 News Computer softwareDental OfficeNews

Recent Cyber Attacks Should Worry Dentists

by Bill Siwicki, Healthcare IT News

Ransomware attacks more than quadrupled in 2016, with nearly half happening in the healthcare sector, according to a recent report that looked at multiple industries and found hackers setting their sights on on the healthcare industry. The Beazley Breach Insights

July 28, 2016 News Dental CareDental HygieneNewsPublic Health

Seniors Are Continuing to Work For Healthcare Benefits

by Poss Perry, Partners in Prevention

An increasing percentage of American seniors are working rather than retiring. A recent report shows that almost 1 in 5 are working full time or part time; this amounts to 9 million Americans. The trend to seniors’ working is a

January 12, 2016 News Chronic dental care for the elderlyChronic DiseaseDental industryGeneral DentistryMedical newsOverall Health

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by Kahaliah Richards

As of 2015, for the first time, Canada has more people over the age of 65 than under 15. The age group that now encompasses the boomer generation – 50 to 69 – makes up 27 per cent of the

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