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April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month

Oral cancer kills one person in America, every hour of every day. For newly diagnosed patients, about half will be alive in five years. Surviving this disease could mean that you’ve endured intense cancer treatments, often leaving a patient with life-long issues that can compromise the quality of life. When detected early enough, treatments and deadly outcome are lessened. Oral Continue Reading


CDC reporting that 1 in 5 have HPV cancer agent

Washington Post articles in April 2017 noted how children should have the HPV vaccination as a youngster (around the age of 11-12), prior to sexual contact exposure. Actor, Michael Douglas believes that his throat cancer was contracted through oral sex. This may seem like an embarrassing topic and uncomfortable to bring up to your children, it is however important to Continue Reading


Thanksgiving Tips for a Tooth-Friendly Holiday

This Thanksgiving, your food choices - many of which are not especially healthy, could make for unwanted calories and potential dental issues. Choose Healthified Appetizers As you prepare the meal for your guests, consider putting out a plate of crudités, cheese cubes and mixed nuts. A mixed platter of various cheeses is good for teeth, because it contains strength-building calcium. Continue Reading


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Are WE Having Fun Yet?

Every spring and summer, my family and I would venture off to a new place, often not even having to go far to discover new places in the DMV. Capitol Crescent Trail is a favorite among many, as it spans 11 miles of hiking, biking and walking, connecting from Georgetown D.C. to west Silver Spring in Montgomery County, MD. With Continue Reading


Poisonous Pills for Pets

Taking medication(s) prescribed for someone else can place you at risk of a serious reaction, possibly even death - this applies to your pets too! There are many medications used for animals and humans however, the dosage(s) and affects aren't always the same. Approximately, one-quarter of all phone calls to the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center (APCC) pertain to human Continue Reading


College Scholarships

Scholarship Name Amount "Frame My Future" Scholarship Contest $1,000 "From Failure to Promise" Essay Contest Up to $10,000 $1,000 December Scholarship $1,000 $5,000 VIP Voice Scholarship $5,000 Advantage Business Valuations Scholarship for Social Entrepreneurs $500 Andrew Flusche Scholarship Contest $500 Association of Women in Mathematics Essay Contest Varies Atlas Shrugged Essay Contest Up to $20,000 Better America Scholarship Program $1,000 Continue Reading


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