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The 2011 Winter-Spring ADAA Education Catalog is now available online
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The 2011 ADAA Education Catalog features nine updated and six new education courses for 2011. The catalog also features many other services the ADAA has to offer. Look for your hard copy in the 2011 January-February issue of The Dental Assistant Journal or contact us today for a copy!

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Young people with asthma run a greater risk of developing caries
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Children and adolescents with asthma have somewhat more caries and suffer more often from gingivitis (gingival inflammation) than people of similar age without asthma. This is the conclusion of a thesis presented at the Sahlgrenska Academy. The work presented in the thesis has examined children, adolescents and young adults in the age groups 3, 6, 12-16 and 18-24, with and without asthma. More

Increased stress levels can result in poor dental health
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Decreasing stress may prove an ideal new year's resolution for many. According to a recent Stress in America Survey, nearly 40 percent of adults experience wakefulness at night because of stress. Stress can impact the quality of one's personal and professional life, and can also negatively impact one's dental health by causing canker sore outbreaks and teeth grinding, note the National Institutes of Health. More

Cracking a tooth
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Teeth and bone are important and complex structures in humans and other animals, but little is actually known about their chemical structure at the atomic scale. What exactly gives them their renowned toughness, hardness and strength? How do organisms control the synthesis of these advanced functional composites? Now, using a highly sophisticated atomic-scale imaging tool on a sea creature’s tooth, two Northwestern University researchers have peeled away some of the mystery of organic/inorganic interfaces that are at the heart of tooth and bone structure. More

Mark your calendar! Registration opens April 6, 2011

The 2011 ADAA Annual Session will meet in conjunction with the ADA! Join together with leaders in dental practice, research, academics and industry and choose from among more than 260 continuing education courses over four days.

2011 ADA Annual Session Dates:
Scientific Program: Monday, Oct. 10 - Thursday, Oct. 13
World Marketplace Exhibition: Monday, Oct. 10 - Wednesday, Oct. 12



House set to vote on health care repeal
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The House of Representatives will resume action on repealing President Barack Obama's landmark health care overhaul, a House Republican spokesman said. The House had been expected to act on the repeal bill, but the vote was postponed after a shooting spree in Arizona killed six people and critically wounded Representative Gabrielle Giffords. More

How teeth change with age
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Given all the chewing, crunching, biting, and gnashing they do, our teeth are surprisingly resilient. Still, everyday wear and tear and the natural aging process take a toll. Here's what happens to teeth as we age — and what you can do to keep your teeth strong and sparkling for a lifetime. More


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