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October 2008 Blog Posts (3)

Raisins Linked to Oral Health

How many of you grew up believing sticky raisins actually weren’t all that good for your teeth?

I found something interesting today ...

New research published in the journal, Phytochemistry Letters, shows that raisins may benefit oral health because they possess antimicrobial phytochemicals that suppress the growth of some oral bacteria associated with dental cavities and gum disease.

The in vitro study isolated eight known compounds from raisins and then… Continue

Added by Vicki Cheeseman on October 28, 2008 at 10:56am — 4 Comments

Stay calm ... this economic crisis shall also pass

Like most of you, I woke up this morning anxious to see where the stock market would go. Like most of you, I shook my head as it dipped below 8,000. I've checked my 401K and it's way down. I've checked my home value and it has gone down as well (although not as severely in Oklahoma as other parts of the nation).

I was reading some blogs this morning and found some good, simple ideas within them. Will it bring your money back? No. Will it hopefully talk you off the ledge?… Continue

Added by Kevin Henry on October 10, 2008 at 11:13am — 2 Comments

PennWell Dental Group's “Community” Page, and the 6 Degrees of Separation…

Indeed, the world is smaller than we realize, and the more time we spend online, the more aware of this we become. In 1967, Stanley Milgram did his “small world experiment,” from which came the theory “6 degrees of separation.” This states that everyone in the world is connected via six people. Several subsequent studies have backed this theory. In the professional world of those with similar credentials, it’s probably more like 3 degrees of separation, which makes it a very effective… Continue

Added by Kevin Henry on October 1, 2008 at 3:38pm — No Comments

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