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Letters to the Editor Sunday, Feb. 28

The Daily Gazette 28 Feb 2021
Dental clinic’s closure cause for concern ... 21 column (“Ellis dental clinic slated for closure”) should sound an alarm for all health care consumers in Schenectady County. Patients currently served by the Ellis Dental Health Center are to be transferred to Hometown Health, the only other Medicaid provider of dental services in Schenectady County.
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Your letters Feb. 11, 2021

News-Press Now 11 Feb 2021
The Alpha and Omega of life. The unborn child is quite content within the womb ... But it cannot remain there ... These are alarming numbers, especially considering that cavities are preventable. February is National Children’s Dental Health Month, which reminds all of us of the importance of good oral health for kids ... Ron Inge, Delta Dental of Missouri, St ... .
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Police Notebook: 01-26-2021

The News Banner 26 Jan 2021
INCIDENTS. City.. Friday, 4.32 p.m., Bluffton Regional Medical Center, 303 S. Main St ... Friday, 7.39 p.m., Wells County YMCA, 550 W. Dustman Rd ... Sunday, 7.19 a.m., Bluffton Dental Clinic, 1417 Baker Place. Burglar alarm ... Alarm malfunctioned ... Monday, 4.06 a.m., Bluffton Dental Clinic, 1417 Baker Place. Burglar alarm ... Faulty sensor triggered the alarm ... Main St ... .
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Majority of Americans Plan to Spend Stimulus Check on Household Bills, but $600 Won’t Go ...

The Marshall News Messenger 07 Jan 2021
SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan 7, 2021--. , the innovative web and mobile bill pay service, today released new doxoINSIGHTS survey data that looks at consumer sentiment toward the U.S. government’s $600 stimulus checks ... Key findings from the include. ... Bill Pay Category. Average Amount. Paid/Month ... Cover. Mortgage ... Rent ... Alarm & Security ... Dental Insurance.
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U.S. Household Bill Pay Market Size: $2.75 Trillion Spent by American Consumers Each Year on ...

Odessa American 17 Dec 2020
$782B Mortgage$537B Rent$421B Auto Loan$345B Utilities$229B Auto Insurance$140B Cable & Internet$127B Mobile Phone$112B Health Insurance (consumer-direct portion)$33B Life Insurance$18B Alarm & Security$5B Dental Insurance (consumer-direct portion) ... Dental Insurance.
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How do your bills compare? In Jacksonville, mostly more than others

Journal Courier 27 Nov 2020
For each city surveyed, the company calculated monthly bills from the nine most common non-housing-related bills — auto loans; auto insurance; utilities; health insurance; life insurance; cable, internet and phone; mobile phone; alarm and security; and dental insurance — to come up with the average amount paid in each category ... .
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Masks Delay Inevitable Acceptance of COVID-19 Reality

Mercola 14 Nov 2020
What you end up with is Dr ... This should be alarming for physicians and epidemiologists knowledgeable in occupational hazards." ... • "Mask mouth" (tooth decay, gum line recession and potent bad breath) is an effect dentists around the world have raised alarm about. Dr. Rob Ramondi, a dentist and cofounder of One Manhattan Dental told the New York Post.26.
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Covid: Nine ways England's lockdown is different from last time

BBC News 04 Nov 2020
1. You can meet one friend... 2 ... 3 ... 4 ... 5 ... Boots Opticians and Specsavers say they will operate as normal, while the British Dental Association has confirmed that dental services will be available. An alarming side-effect of the last lockdown was missed medical appointments, as many worried about burdening the health service or being exposed to the virus ... .
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Is It Time for Full-Time Mask Mandates?

Mercola 02 Nov 2020
Type of Mask Matters ... “Dr ... This should be alarming for physicians and epidemiologists knowledgeable in occupational hazards.” ... “Mask mouth” — tooth decay, gum line recession and potent bad breath — is another effect dentists around the world have raised alarm about ... Rob Ramondi, a dentist and cofounder of One Manhattan Dental told the New York Post.33.
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42% of Americans Have Missed Bill Payments Due to Financial Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic

The Marshall News Messenger 22 Oct 2020
... have missed utilities25% have missed cable/internet20% have missed rent19% have missed mobile phone17% have missed mortgage17% have missed alarm/security15% have missed auto insurance14% have missed dental insurance13% have missed life insurance10% have missed health insurance.
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Morning Briefing Oct 14: Election campaigning gets personal in final days

TVNZ 13 Oct 2020
Judith Collins. Source. 1 NEWS ... Ardern brushed off the comments as politicking.  ... Greens 'sweating it' ... - Dentists say around 2500 Auckland children have not had a dental check-up since 2016. - Police are disappointed with the "alarmingly high" number of drink drivers caught in an eastern Bay of Plenty operation over the weekend ... And finally... .
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US data shows sharp drop in childhood vaccinations, preventative care during pandemic

The Hill 24 Sep 2020
There was a 44 percent drop in the number of screenings for autism, developmental delay and other conditions, and 69 percent fewer dental services, according to the analysis from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).ADVERTISEMENT.
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How U.S. Response to COVID-19 Could Precipitate Second Great Depression. Massive Unemployment

GlobalResearch 17 Sep 2020
(Restaurants, hair salons, travel agencies, inns, dental offices, etc., were hard-hit.). Immediately, the alarming rise in new cases halted on April 4th (at 34,480), and the daily new cases remained approximately flat, but slightly downward, from March 31 to June 9th (when it ...
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Burglars Hit Dental Office In Union Ridge, Latest In String Of Possibly Connected Break-Ins On ...

CBS Sports 11 Sep 2020
CHICAGO (CBS) — Police are investigating a break-in at a dental implant office overnight in the Union Ridge neighborhood ... Around 3.30 a.m., officers responded to a commercial burglar alarm at Simply Dental Implants, near the corner of Harlem and Higgins avenues.
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Students oppose order for Covid duties

The Times of India 20 Jul 2020
Gujarat government health department’s order to rope in first-year to final-year students of medical, paramedical, dental and other courses for Covid-19 duties has alarmed students ... A first-year student of AMC MET Medical College in the city asked, “First-year students are supposed to do psycho-social care of patients ... .
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