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Police raided a bogus dental office in a home on Southwest 49th Street Tuesday and arrested the woman they say posed as a dentist there. Luz Angela Maria Rios-Ossa, 49, has been charged with practicing dentisty without a license, a third-degree felony...
Tags: Trials, Tooth Decay, Crime, Law and Justice, Crimes
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Otherwise healthy people with a diarrhea-causing infection may have picked up the bacteria in doctors' offices or other healthcare sites, according to a new government study that also hints heartburn medications might...
SPURS Therapeutic Riding Center and the Aberdeen Area Senior Center's Senior Meals program have received donations from Delta Dental of South Dakota as part of its 50th anniversary celebration. Almost $90,000 was donated to nonprofit organizations...
Volunteer connections Bay Harbor Foundations annual vintage car and boat festival, June 20-22, needs volunteers to register exhibitors as they arrive. You will check in the exhibitors, offer them refreshments and assist as they review their schedule. ...
Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka had just walked into his Whitehall hotel room, where a beautiful young woman lay in his bed. It wasn't unusual for Snuka, a married man, to spend the night with his girlfriend, Nancy Argentino. But on this night, after the...
You don’t have to have insurance or a lot of money to take care of your smile. The best way to prevent dental problems is with regular brushing, flossing and tongue cleaning. It’s important to use the right techniques when working on your oral...
Tags: Back to School, Dental Health, Gingivitis, Gum Disease
ReutersLOS ANGELES (Reuters) - California lawmakers passed a $96.3 billion budget on Friday that would spend more on education, health care and other services while setting aside $1.1 billion from the first surplus in years for a rainy day fund. The spending...
ENGLAND — "Oh, no, you can't go into the field, dear. It's private. And there may be cows, and the ground's very humpy." The nice lady in little Steventon Church outside tiny Steventon village in England smiles sweetly, even though I've...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe United Way of Washington County awarded grants worth $854,060 to 21 community agencies to fund 27 programs. A total of 29 local nonprofits requested nearly $1.68 million in grant money to fund 48 programs this year. The United Way has changed...
At least 24 men convicted or arrested based largely on murky bite-mark evidence have been exonerated by DNA testing, had charges dropped or otherwise been proved not guilty. Many spent more than a decade in prison, and one man was behind bars for more...
Based on what we know so far, there does not appear to be anything illegal about the way Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has carried on her friendship with City Hall's top lobbyist, Lisa Harris Jones. Strictly speaking, there may not be anything...
email@example.comSTANFORD — Covered wagons could be seen circled in a field just south of Stanford off U.S. 27 Friday night. Within that circle “Holstein” balloons were rounded up, posses were formed and heaps of cowboy beans were served up. It was...
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