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IU School of Dentistry awarded money to bring services to shortage areas

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – According to the CDC, almost 20 percent of children have untreated dental cavities. That's 31 percent for adults. Although some of us tend to put off going to the dentist ... read more

Front Page News at Indiana University

The Indiana University Office of Creative Services recently ... in preventive dentistry, and their use through school-based initiatives such as the Indiana University School of Dentistry's statewide S... read more

Brigadier General David D. Hamlar Jr. promoted to lead Minnesota National Guard

A graduate of Tufts University, Boston, with a Bachelor of Science in biology, and Howard University College of Dentistry as a National Health ... Number 1, there’s money for school. Number 2, you lea... read more

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Oregon's test: Cut Medicaid costs while improving health care for poor

The relentless economics of the U.S. health care system have sapped resources in poor areas for decades as hospitals and doctors follow the money in ... putting more services under a single roof — so ... read more

MSU breaks ground on new clinical sciences building

It will also bring the two College of Allied Health and Nursing departments together into one easy-to-find location. While MSU currently has a dental clinic, it is in the basement of Morris Hall. Reha... read more

IU School of Dentistry to provide free dental care to children at Give Kids A Smile event

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The IU School of Dentistry will provide free dental services to an estimated 200 underserved children on Saturday, Sept. 16. The dental care will be provided at the Give Kids A Sm... read more

Rants & Raves: Do the math

[This school] is costing the School Board $350,000 a year to operate. [Yet] because of the budget shortage, they are going to do away ... I respect a Muslim as an equal to a Baptist. It's time to brin... read more

Giving back, Feb. 24

Advantage Auto Sales & Credit awarded a movie gift card and a $100 Washington House gift certificate to customer Steve Hein as part of its “Dinner and a Movie” Valentine’s Day contest. Two runners-up ... read more

School tech, popcorn robots, homeless drones and more: best of the week's news

It’s an important function for industry to play if the UK is going to address its shortage of engineers ... Transport is “to offer world-class services supported by outstanding customer care and value ... read more

A Tough Lesson to Learn

having lied to people for a decade of the upcoming “librarian shortage,” a claim whose only real effect was encouraging people to attend library school. The library schools loved it, because another s... read more

Indoor Tanning Dangerous, Warns MED Prof

With students already heading to tanning salons before next month’s spring break, Barbara Gilchrest, a School of Medicine professor of dermatology ... One reason is there are areas of the body getting ... read more

Creek cleanup

Members of Greenbelt Overhaul Alliance of Levittown (G.O.A.L.) turned out Saturday morning to clean up an illegal dump site on the bank of the Neshaminy Creek off Hazel Avenue in Bristol Township. The ... read more

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