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November 18, 2014

Got Milk? Might Not Be Doing You Much Good –

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As I tell patients, almost everything is perfectly good in moderation, milk included. What else would you put on cereal? Cookies without milk would be unthinkable. There’s nothing wrong with a periodic glass because you like it. But there’s very little evidence that most adults need it. There’s also very little evidence that it’s doing them much good.

November 11, 2014

Vegetarians Day

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Jonas Wahl is the 8-year-old son of Drs Jean and Pat Wahl and a second-grader at Mount Pleasant Elementary. He also a green belt in karate.

When Pat asked Jonas if he knew why he was out of school today (Veterans Day), Jonas responded, “Because it’s Vegetarian Day!”

Thanks Jonas and Happy Veterans and Vegetarians Day to all!


Four Cutie Pies!

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Toothy Visits Wilmington Head Start

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Dental assistants Krystle and Ashley joined Toothy at Family and Children Engaged, held at Wilmington Head Start on Saturday November 9, 2014. Ashley’s sister Natalie was a great tooth fairy for the event.



November 10, 2014

NY Woman Celebrates 100th Birthday With Sky Dive

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Former President George W. Bush celebrated his 90th birthday by skydiving, but Eleanor Cunningham of Howes Cave, New York, has him beat: She made the big leap to mark her centennial.

Be True to Your Teeth…or They’ll Be False to You

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November 3, 2014

Kira’s Pillowcase Full of Halloween Candy

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Study: Milk may not be very good for bones or the body – The Washington Post

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A study from researchers in Uppsala University in Sweden suggests that consuming more milk could actually be associated with higher mortality and bone fractures in women and higher mortality in men.