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Sarah Kime and Sarah Torr have returned from Tanzania where they have provided dental care to communities without access to treatment.
Des Moines Water Works officials announced a decision on the future of fluoridation in the drinking water supplied to 500,000 metro residents, Tuesday.
A man who ran an underground dental practice from his South Auckland home has been sentenced to four months home detention.
When it comes to caring for those who are aging, older Americans are not receiving the recommended standards of oral health care.
Dentists Chuck Schonberger and Cameron Birch are partners at Brush Family Dentistry, the Brush Chamber of Commerce November spotlight business of the month.
My attempts at making more mom friends still are failing miserably. At this point, I'd probably try an online "matchmaking" site for women with children who are looking to befriend other women with children.
When a security guard ordered Madison Root, 11, to stop selling mistletoe from the public park next to the Skidmore Fountain, it may've been exactly what her business needed.
Park Jeong-sook, a nun and dentist who devoted her life to caring for the needy in Bangladesh, received the Foreign Ministry's Lee Tae-seok Award last week.
With a distinctive website, a regular-folks attitude and, it seems, a solid reputation, a fledgling West Allis firm called Edge Advisors LLC is making waves in the usually quiet waters of dental-practice consulting.
Holiday Coat Drive Nov. 18th - Dec. 15th, 2013 Do you have coats that you don't need anymore? Donate Them! Winter is here and there are people in our community who could use a nice warm coat.
When medical examiners identify a body after a crash or disaster, dental records are sometimes all they have to go on.
Breaking a tooth, whether due to a punch in the face, a fall, or biting into a frozen chocolate bar , is a stressful event.
It wasn't exactly the Great Escape, but a prisoner in Sweden is making international headlines for his unique prison break out.
The community of Wabush has been without a dental practice for two years. Recently, there were unconfirmed reports of two dentists from Quebec exploring the possibility of moving to Labrador West to meet the demand for dental services.
He was jolted awake as the train maneuvered a curve. His car tipped right, then left and then flew off the tracks and began to roll and violently throw him and his fellow passengers from one side to another.