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  1. More bite for dental schoolRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | The Otago Daily Times

    New dental school head Paul Brunton takes in the view of Otago Harbour from the Harbour Mouth Molars in Portsmouth Dr. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. The country's only dental school is a ''a bit shy'' about showing off its expertise, but that will change, its new British dean says.


  2. World's ocean species up to 9 times likelier to become extinct than previously thoughtRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | Newkerala.com

    A new study has recently revealed that world's marine species are up to nine times likelier to become extinct than formerly thought. The alarming study by the University of Sheffield, has been said to be the most thorough analysis of marine conservation data yet, comes as campaigners accused the Government of "watering down" plans to protect England's marine life, the Independent revealed.


  3. In search of the lost chordsRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | On An Overgrown Path

    Wars and tense political situations have had a profoundly negative impact on cultural life in a number of Arab countries and have endangered the transmission of musical tradition. Alongside Baghadad, Aleppo and Damascus belong to the most important music capitals of the Arab world and the cultural collapse underway in these places is accompanied by the loss of numerous historical documents, books, writings and artists' livelihoods and wisdom.


  4. UK - Hull fluoridation bid backedRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | UK Against Fluoridation

    The British Dental Association has thrown its weight behind discussions that could lead to the fluoridation of public water supplies in Hull. The measures would see Hull residents join the 5.5 million people in the UK who benefit from drinking fluoridated water - whether naturally occurring or artificiallyA­ topped up - at the optimal level for good teeth.


  5. Protecting the environment was a Herculean task: Jayanthi NatarajanRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Rediff.com

    Excerpts: Image: Villagers walk towards the Mahan forest during a protest against a coal mining project in Singrauli district in Madhya Pradesh. Photograph: Nita Bhalla/Reuters Were you approached by Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi or anyone else in your party or allies to favour specific projects? I was never approached by the two to favour anybody.


  6. How Russia props up Putin in the pollsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Washington Post

    Christopher Walker is executive director of the International Forum for Democratic Studies at the National Endowment for Democracy. Robert Orttung is assistant director of the Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies at the George Washington University's Elliott School for International Affairs.


  7. Editorial: State Senate is sensible in banning openly carried firearmsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Seattle Times

    UNTIL just a few weeks ago, a coffee cup or umbrella could get you bounced from the visitors' viewing gallery above the state Senate floor. But a loaded semi-automatic rifle would not.


  8. Austin's Wells Branch and South Branch Pet and Bird Clinics...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PRWeb

    In recognition of National Children's Dental Health Month, vet clinics want pet owners to look after their pet's dental needs too. Just like in children and adults, gum disease and other oral problems are an indicator of possible future health problems.


  9. Mitchell Gershten: Enough, hold polluters responsibleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Daily Camera

    It is long past time to hold polluters responsible for their failures. The public is time and again asked to shoulder the burden of toxic spills occurring as a result of carelessness, ignorance, shoddy workmanship or the cutting of corners in service of the bottom line.


  10. Is There A #PubRadioVoice That Sounds Like America?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | National Public Radio

    Chenjerai Kumanyika, a professor at Clemson University and aspiring public radio journalist, sparked a challenging conversation with his commentary about the "whiteness" of public radio voices . We hosted a Twitter chat about his essay, and invited listeners and public radio professionals to share their thoughts using #PubRadioVoice, .


  11. West should turn to Iran as - a force for stability in Persian Gulf and Mideast': GuardianRead the original story

    Friday | Tehran Times

    The developments taking place in the Persian Gulf region require a shift in policies pursued by world powers, the Guardian said in an article on Wednesday. In its article, entitled "Is it time to make Iran our friend and Saudi Arabia our enemy?", the Guardian acknowledges Iran as a stabilizing force in the Persian Gulf and Middle East region, and admits that most of the worst extremism and terrorism acts of the past two decades "has tracked back, through funding and religious influence, ultimately, to Saudi Arabia."


  12. Celebrity Big Brother LIVE eviction: Latest news and updates as Perez ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Mirror.co.uk

    "People wouldn't even sit next to him on a chair because they knew the audience hated him. I couldn't do that."


  13. Clowns looking to make Portland a 'flagship of clowning': Fertile Ground 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | OregonLive.com

    Fertile Ground faithfuls have come to expect a lot of theatrical diversity by now, but the 2015 festival of new works has come with an unexpected trend: clowns. It's by no means an invasion, but with three local clowning groups putting on shows this year, it's safe to say that the Portland theater scene has officially begun to send in the clowns.


  14. When Judges Pass The Collection Plate, Justice SuffersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Daily Caller

    Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia may be both the funniest and most sarcastic of the Justices. But when he surprised a Yale Law School instructor with an unexpected question in the case Williams-Yulee v.


  15. Flabby gums are worse than flabby abs, says dentistRead the original story

    Monday Jan 26 | Science Daily

    ... in general dentistry and oral and maxillofacial surgery who provide preventive care, restorative dentistry, wisdom teeth removal, implants and surgical jaw correction. The above story is based on materials provided by Loyola University Health System ...


  16. Forever a smiling angelRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Courier

    PROUD dad Mark Robson throws his giggling little girl Skye high in the air to celebrate her first day at the Ballarat Specialist School. But at the same time, he makes a mental note to buy a video camera to make sure he always remembers the five-year-old's laugh.


  17. Young: Attitude, behaviour key to entrepreneurial mindsetRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Kelowna Capital News

    The external factors represent the greatest risk to your venture and cause you to adapt to circumstances beyond your control. Think of it further as the proverbial-opportunities and threats-opportunities which can cause your venture to prosper if you respond to them correctly and promptly; and threats which could cause your downfall if you do not learn how to adapt.


  18. One out, one in? Bantams plot new deal after Mclean exitRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Thetelegraphand Argus

    CITY are trying to bring a new face in after sending Aaron Mclean back to Peterborough for the rest of the season. Phil Parkinson revealed that he hopes to bolster numbers as the club brace themselves for a hectic run of games.


  19. FDI and developing nation supply chains: Four case studiesRead the original story

    Thursday | VoxEU

    Using FDI to build supply chains in middle-skilled manufacturing: What market failures and other obstacles must developing countries overcome? Joining international supply chains has help some developing nations industrialise while leaving others by the wayside. This column discusses research that extract lessons from four case studies.


  20. Keeler Show Notes for Friday, January 30th, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | WIBX-AM Whitesboro

    ... System. She also gives her thoughts on Morelle and the chances for an Upstate speaker. - Willie had his wisdom teeth removed, but he's still able to give us the reviews for the weekend releases. The Loft - A bunch of moron dudes get themselves a ...