Don’t Stop Yet

Federal Government, ADA Emphasize Importance of Flossing and Interdental Cleaners Recent news reports question whether existing scientific research support oral health benefits associated with flossing. The bottom line for dentists and patients is that a lack of strong evidence doesn’t equate to a lack of effectiveness. As doctors of oral health, dentists are in the best position to advise their patients on oral hygiene practices because they know their patient’s oral health status and health history. For a full article on the new flossing information see: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/dont-stop-flossing-your-teeth_us_57a0d8e9e4b08a8e8b5fab3e?utm_hp_ref=dental-health
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World Teachers’ Day

October 5 World Teachers’ Day   Valuing Teachers, Improving their Status A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops.   Henry Adams Is there a special teacher that has made a difference in you life?      
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Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which is an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease. While most people are aware of breast cancer, many forget to take the steps to have a plan to detect the disease in its early stages and encourage others to do the same. Get more information at http://www.nationalbreastcancer.org/
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International Translation Day

September 30th is International Translation Day Launched in 1953, International Translation Day is a relatively recent entry into the calendar of world events. Established by the International Federation of Translators, the annual celebration is an opportunity to pay tribute to the work of translators who endeavor to make the world a slightly smaller place by breaking down language barriers and allowing great literature to be enjoyed far more widely. The work of translators is seen as being of growing importance due to growing opportunities for international travel and globalization of trade markets. The event is marked with a series of
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Ancestor Appreciation Day

Ancestor Appreciation Day is celebrated each year on September 27. The observance of this day gives us the chance to reflect on our ancestors, learn more about them and the ways in which they influenced each of our lives. The observance of Ancestor Appreciation Day is a time to not only learn about our past but can also be used to preserve such history in written, recorded or video form. Remember, too, we are the ancestors of those who will come after us. Read More: Celebrate Ancestor Appreciation Day Today | http://bigfrog104.com/celebrate-ancestor-appreciation-day-today/?trackback=tsmclip “Our greatest responsibility is to be good ancestors”
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Comic Book Day

September 25 – Comic Book Day  — Whether it’s just a fun read or you’er a serious collector, here are some facts about comic books you might not have known. https://www.daysoftheyear.com/days/comic-book-day/
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Libra September 22 through October 23

Libra – The Scales September 23 – October 22 As their zodiac signs and meanings would indicate, Libra’s are all about balance, justice, equanimity and stability. They easily surround themselves with harmony and beauty, but sometimes go to extremes to do so if their goals are unreasonable or unhealthy. With Venus as their ruling planet, Libra’s are very understanding, caring, and often the champion of underdogs. They have keen intuitions, but often don’t give themselves enough credit for their perceptions. They can be quiet and shy if not persuaded to come out of their shell. Ironically and in spite of
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Fall Equinox

This year the Autumnal or Fall Equinox arrives on September 22nd and marks the beginning of the Fall season. An Equinox is an astronomical event that happens twice, once in spring and once in autumn, each year when the tilt of the Earth’s axis is inclined neither away from nor towards the Sun. During Equinoxes the tilt of the Earth (with respect to the Sun) is 0° and because of it duration of the day and the night are almost equal on Equinox day i.e. 12 hours. Go to the link below and discover some fun facts about the first
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International Day of Peace

September 21st The United Nations International Day of Peace provides an opportunity for all humanity to come together, in spirit and in action, to forward the ideals of and conditions for peace. This global day is observed by hundreds of millions of citizens in cities, towns and villages worldwide, and thousands of non-governmental organizations, as well as citizens and governments, organize and engage in diverse peace-related activities on and around this global day. http:/internationaldayofpeace.org/  
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Talk Like A Pirate Day

Monday, September 19, 2016 is Talk Like A Pirate Day International Talk Like A Pirate Day is a parody holiday annually held on September 19. Celebrated for the first time in 1995, the fun holiday encourages people to talk and dress like the sea plunderers of yesteryears. John Baur (“Ol’ Chumbucket”) and Mark Summers (“Cap’n Slappy”) created this holiday on June 6, 1995. Out of respect for World War II’s D-Day, Baur and Summers chose to move the date of the holiday to September 19. Get more information and some fun things to to at:  https://www.timeanddate.com/holidays/fun/talk-like-a-pirate-day Not sure how to
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