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September 8, 2011 News General News

Control Of Fear In The Brain Decoded

by ken

From Medical News Today Emotional balance is regulated by molecular factors behind stress response. When healthy people are faced with threatening situations, they react with a suitable behavioural response and do not descend into a state of either panic or

May 25, 2011 News General News

A Pictorial History of Dentistry – tip of the hat to Dr. Emmott (he’s Canadian you know)

by ken

Dentistry go it’s start in the Indus Valley between India and Pakistan.  Given the current political state in that region; it’s amazing it has thrived, but nonetheless….As well, until the 16th century,dentists per se didn’t exist,they were for the most

April 5, 2011 News Practice management

We are the champions my friend, and we’ll keep on fighting to the end

by ken

From Dental Tribune April 6th, 2011 Everyone is aware of the state of the economy and the effect it’s had on the dental profession. Let’s face it, 2009 – 2010 was tough for dental practices nationwide. We can “put our

January 25, 2011 News Practice management

It’s the singer, not the song

by ken

NEW YORK, Jan. 25, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — A new nationwide study by Verasoni Ah Ha! (The Research arm of Verasoni Worldwide), of how dentists use Facebook to promote their practice reveals that dentists are at a loss on Facebook. Data from the

November 25, 2010 News General News

What’s all this fuss about tooth ache – NOW TUSK ACHE!!!….

by ken

Devidasan was delighted that five years of tusk ache had finally come to an endBy Sivaramakrishnan Parameswaran Continue reading the main story Dentists in the Indian state of Kerala say they have successfully repaired a working elephant‘s cracked tusk in

June 2, 2010 News Dental Hygiene

Hygienists are “doin’ it for themselves!”

by ken

Chicago-June 2, 2010-For the third consecutive year the American Dental Hygienists’ Association (ADHA) has set a new attendance record for the Center for Lifelong Learning at Annual Session (CLL/AS). With total attendance expected to exceed more than 2,000 participants, ADHA’s