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3 ways dentists can support our veterans

On Veterans Day weekend, people all over the nation take extra time to recognize and thank those who are willing to make the ultimate sacrifice for our nation. While it's great to take part in these events, it's equally important to recognize there are things dentists can...

source: By Scott Murray
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James Clear is an author and productivity expert who uses behavioral science to help nearly half a million newsletter subscribers optimize their habits. Nir Eyal is a tech entrepreneur, Stanford University educator and the Wall Street Journal bestselling author of "Hooked:...

source: American Express OPEN Forum via Heleo

Veterans Affairs officials will start issuing new veterans ID cards in November, giving recipients an easy way to provide their military service for business discounts and other promotions. The move, first reported by Military.com, comes two years after Congress passed...

source: Military Times

Despite the "ready for anything" approach that permeates the hospitality industry, many hotels do come to specialize in the types of guests that most often frequent their properties. Hotels near convention centers develop strategies to better serve business travelers. Roadside...

source: Lodging Magazine

"This is the most important story I've ever told," ABC News chief global affairs correspondent and author, Martha Raddatz, told the crowd at the Los Angeles premiere of National Geographic's mini-series, "The Long Road Home", based on Raddatz's...

source: SpouseBuzz

Tricare pharmacy co-pays for most drugs will go up in 2018 due to a measure expected to be approved by lawmakers. The measure, approved by the Senate early this year, is included in the final version of the annual Defense Authorization Act, congressional staff said Wednesday...

source: Military.com

Over the four days leading up to Veterans Day on Nov. 11, each name etched into the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall is read aloud, commemorating the 35th anniversary of its inception, and honoring the memory of lives lost. The 58,318 names we should never, ever forget.

source: National Military Family Association

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