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#MakeLove — U.S. Doctor Helps Brussels Bombing Victims By Setting Up Makeshift Clinic

Published on March 24, 2016

An American doctor is being credited with saving lives immediately following Tuesday’s blasts in Brussels by setting up an impromptu clinic that relied solely on office supplies. “She started to triage,” ...Read More »

The HOPE Award — Natasha Newsome — Tylan Creek Family Dentistry

Published on March 18, 2016

The HOPE Award — Natasha Newsome, Treatment Coordinator, Tylan Creek Family Dentistry “Helping Others Perform Effectively” Natasha graduated from Greenville, South Carolina Technical College with ...Read More »

Straine-On-Success — Is Green Toothpaste An Effective Way To Fight Dental Plaque

Published on February 25, 2016

The Ache: Since plaque isn’t easily visible on teeth, it is hard to know where you missed brushing. You can chew red dye tablets after brushing to see the spots you missed, but the tablets can be messy ...Read More »

More Must Be Done To Expose Bad Doctors

Published on February 15, 2016

A study published last week in the New England Journal of Medicine reported that 1% of physicians accounted for 32% of paid malpractice claims over the past 10 years. Some may spin this as good news, since ...Read More »

The Doctor Will See You (And Your Data) Now

Published on February 3, 2016

Today when you go to the doctor for a wellness checkup, you make an appointment far in advance and then visit the doctor’s office to get your data collected, including blood pressure, weight, and ...Read More »

Is College Worth It? That Depends

Published on January 29, 2016

A college degree is something Americans have always valued. Even Americans without a college degree believe that education beyond high school is important. But recent Gallup research indicates that 25% ...Read More »