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Owens College charity dental partner program

PERRYSBURG TOWNSHIP — Owens Community College is now charity a Dental Assisting Certificate Program, for a initial time during a stream tumble division on a Toledo-area Campus.

Owens’ certificate in dental aiding requires 39 credit hours of coursework, that includes dental sciences, infection control, dental materials, dental radiography, chairside aiding and medical ethics, among other educational curriculum. The module is designed to ready students for practice in a health caring dental industry. Additionally, students will accept experiential training in a college’s state-of-the-art dental hygiene hospital on a Toledo-area Campus as good as during a Dental Center of Northwest Ohio and

Article source: http://www.portclintonnewsherald.com/article/20111128/NEWS01/111280314/Owens-College-offering-dental-assistant-program

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SUNshine Girl > Brittany

SUNshine Girl Brittany, 21, wants to make certain you’re smiling. This 5-foot-7 hazel-eyed Aries is study dental hygiene and when she’s not boning adult on her flossing techniques, she enjoys hockey and rugby, hip hop, karaoke and cinema with lots of explosions. She hopes to one day expostulate to a dental bureau in a Hello Kitty Smart car. (Todd Gillis/QMI Agency)

Article source: http://www.torontosun.com/sunshine-girl/2011/11/28/brittany

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Local appropriation for pivotal women’s health research

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Research into polycystic ovary syndrome and associated diabetes

The Peninsula Foundation, a free arm of a Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry, has cumulative appropriation of 15,000 from The Duchy Health Charity for investigate into Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) and diabetes. The investigate led, by Professor Jonathan Pinkney at

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VIDAR’s Dental Film Digitizer among Dentistry Today’s tip 50 record products

VIDAR Systems Corporation, a worldwide marketplace personality in medical film digitizer technology, announced that it’s Dental Film Digitizer was among a tip 50 record products comparison by Dentistry Today’s Readers’ Choice.  The VIDAR Dental Film Digitizer is a initial digitizer privately designed for analog dental film that enables dental professionals to emanate medical-quality digital images for primary evidence functions from analog cat-scan films.

Dentistry Today’s second annual Readers Choice Top 50 Technology Products are comparison on a basement of lead generation, and paint some of a dental profession’s many innovative record products.  Joseph LaPorta, VIDAR’s tellurian president, said, “We were excited

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Mastering a art of pinching pennies

Cathi Brese Doebler of Grand Island takes financial formulation seriously. A mom and a mom of dual boys — Jacob, 10, and Jared, 7 — she teaches families how to live good on reduction than dual incomes. Her book, “Ditch a Joneses: Discover Your Family,” has been quoted in newspapers via a country. At age 39, Doebler has a master’s of scholarship in corporate communication, and 15 years’ knowledge in business coaching and training.

People Talk: How did we learn to be frugal?

Cathi Brese Doebler: we schooled a lot from my parents. we still remember a day my father sat me

Article source: http://www.buffalonews.com/life/columns-advice/peopletalk/article645624.ece

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Mastering the art of pinching pennies

Cathi Brese Doebler of Grand Island takes financial planning seriously. A wife and the mother of two boys — Jacob, 10, and Jared, 7 — she teaches families how to live well on less than two incomes. Her book, “Ditch the Joneses: Discover Your Family,” has been quoted in newspapers throughout the country. At age 39, Doebler has a master’s of science in corporate communication, and 15 years’ experience in business coaching and training.

People Talk: How did you learn to be frugal?

Cathi Brese Doebler: I learned a lot from my parents. I still remember the day my dad sat me down and taught me how to balance my very own checkbook. I was about 12 years old, and we were sitting at the kitchen table. His message to me was: If you don’t have the money, you don’t spend it.

PT: What about credit cards?

CBD: When we owe on a credit card, it’s always something we pay off. In fact, credit card companies hate me because they don’t make money off of me. But I don’t see anything wrong with a credit card because it’s a great way to track your expenses.

PT: And debit cards?

CBD: I don’t really like debit cards because sometimes I don’t think people are careful about how much money they have in their accounts. Again, it’s knowing your money. My husband, Bill, and I know how much we have to spend. We talk to each other about any large purchases before we make them — usually anything over $200.

PT: When did you decide to hit this hard?

CBD: What really inspired me is when I worked in human resources. I remember sitting with a woman, and I was coaching her. She had three kids and she started crying. She didn’t want to be working. She wanted to be home with her kids but could not afford to. It broke my heart.

PT: Were you married?

CBD: Yes, but we didn’t have kids, though we were talking about it. We wanted one of us to be at home. So we made an agreement — whoever was making more money when the kids came, we would plan to live on that one salary. He got a couple promotions, and I said “Yes!” So we did some things to the house before we lost my salary, like put a [new] roof on.

PT: What do you do on impulse?

CBD: As far as spending money? We will sometimes say: “Let’s do dinner out tonight. This is a night when we need somebody to do the cooking.” We’ll do something casual, so it’s manageable.

PT: Do you give your children allowances?

CBD: Since they were 4 years old, they were able to earn allowances. As they’ve gotten older, the chores they do have gotten more difficult, and how much they earn has gone up. Right now it’s 10 cents a chore. Actually I’m thinking of raising that, because my 10-year-old is taking on more difficult tasks.

PT: Do you pay them for every chore?

CBD: No. There are certain tasks they do because they are part of this family, and that’s how this family works. They’re expected to make their beds every day. They don’t get paid.

PT: How do you handle their tech toys?

CBD: They both have a [Nintendo] DS, but they each paid for their own. When my oldest son bought his, the younger one wanted one right away but I made him wait two years. I told him he didn’t understand how much money that was versus how much he had. At the time they cost about $120.

PT: How do you manage your money through the holidays?

CBD: I’ve made gifts for people. One year I made blankets from fleece. Jo-Ann Fabric sends you a coupon every week, so you’re buying a bag of fleece for half price. It was a personal gift. It was a nice gift, but it was also less expensive.

PT: What about cutting gifts out completely?

CBD: I don’t think cutting gifts is necessary if you plan for it. Make a list of everybody you want to buy presents for, and the cost for each. That helps to lessen strife that can happen when you spend more on one family member than another.

PT: What mistake do holiday shoppers make?

CBD: They tend to wait until the last minute. Sales can increase, but if you don’t think about what you want to get the person, you might make an impulsive buy and spend more. Another danger is trying to outdo each other. If you can’t afford to spend money on an enormous gift for somebody, buy something simple, and make it personal.

PT: Where do you shop?

CBD: Kohl’s, but not without a coupon.

PT: What’s the last thing you splurged on?

CBD: We went to Yellowstone on vacation. Six years ago, we knew we were going to do that trip last summer. We found that the end of August was a great time to go, because everyone out there was in school already. That meant lower rates, less traffic. We also stayed with friends in Salt Lake City.

PT: What’s the bottom line?

CBD: Budgeting. You know when you go to the dentist, and you wonder when it’s going to be over? That’s how people feel about budgets. They don’t really want to do one. I go to the dentist because it’s good for my health. You do a budget because it’s good for your family’s health.

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