Month: November 2021

How to make oral health a priority

The oral health initiative was a global initiative launched by the World Health Organization (WHO) in December 2018.The initiative aims to prevent oral health crises in communities and build a safer and more equitable oral health system.It is an attempt to tackle the world’s most pressing oral health challenges by focusing on the oral health […]

‘It’s the new flu’: Oral health literacy is becoming a key tool for combating the flu

Written by Richard Smith on November 16, 2018 14:22:18It’s a good time to be an oral health educator, says Professor Peter Pomeroy from the University of Tasmania, and he’s right.In a new report published by the Australasian Institute of Oral Health and Disability, Professor Pomerow explains that the oral health workforce is increasingly becoming a […]

When is Oral Health Medicine a Good Idea?

Csu Oral Health Foundation’s Oral Health curriculum, designed to equip students to practise oral health and oral health awareness in the classroom, has been hailed as a success.The first class of oral health students has begun.In its first year, the curriculum has been praised for the number of students it has trained, its quality of […]

President Trump signs anti-LGBTQ executive order, names Betsy DeVos as Health and Human Services Secretary

President Donald Trump has signed an executive order reviving a policy that would force LGBT people to use public bathrooms that match their biological sex.The order was signed Friday afternoon by the president and Betsy DeVos, who is Trump’s pick to be secretary of education.Trump has previously advocated for the rule.He previously told The Associated […]

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