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Archive of the posts written by author: Janelle Kelley.
Jun
6

WVU Dentistry Launches Periodontal Postgraduate Program

Resident Kerry Simpson, DDS, performs an implant procedure. A new postgraduate program at the West Virginia University School of Dentistry trains dentists to become specialists in preventing and treating gum disease and related conditions in the use of dental implants. Gian Pietro Schincaglia,…

May
30

Jack Nicklaus OK with PGA Championship moving to May, leaving his Memorial Tournament ‘in a great spot’

DUBLIN, OH – MAY 29: Jack Nicklaus speaks to the media prior to The Memorial Tournament Presented By Nationwide at Muirfield Village Golf Club on May 29, 2018 in Dublin, Ohio. (Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images) DUBLIN, Ohio — The PGA Championship shifts…

May
23

How Colorado oil and gas firm Bill Barrett Corp. became HighPoint Resources – Denver Business Journal

When Scot Woodall, the CEO and president of Denver’s Bill Barrett Corp. decided the oil and gas company needed to change direction, he went to see Bill Barrett himself, the legendary wildcatter who put his stamp on the Rocky Mountain region across the…

May
16

Colorado boosts savings to $730 million with help of recent tobacco industry settlement but may need more

The Colorado legislature begins its 2018 session on Jan. 10 at the state Capitol. On Thursday, Republican members of the Joint Budget Committee voted to withhold funding for the Colorado Civil Rights Commission. Thanks to a boost from a recent tobacco industry settlement,…

May
9

Colorado bill closing youth autopsies to public advances

Copyright 2017 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. DENVER (AP) — Colorado lawmakers are on the verge of approving a bill removing autopsy reports involving minors from public documents available under the Colorado…

May
2

Airman-turned-dentist helps veterans smile again

Veterans often struggle to find oral health care when they need it. To help those veterans, one airman-turned-dentist will be among the thousands to offer free dental care to veterans next month as part of a “Day of Service” event. Source Article

Apr
25

Thousands of toothache patients driven to overdose on painkillers over dentist delays

THOUSANDS of patients with toothache face such long waits for a dentist that they are being admitted to A&E after overdosing on paracetamol, a study suggests. Some were in so much agony while waiting for an appointment that they had popped 24 times…

Apr
18

Colorado Democrats tell Democrats for Education Reform to pound sand

Colorado teachers rally this month outside the state Capitol in Denver to demand more funding for schools and to oppose changes to the state’s pension system. (Colleen Slevin/AP) The Democratic Party in Colorado just told an influential group of school reformers to pound…

Apr
11

Pardon Our Interruption…

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Apr
4

Dentist Threatens to Report Mom to CPS for Missed Appointments (Seriously)

Taking kids to the dentist can be an arduous task, especially if they need to get some work done beyond a cleaning. It helps to have a caring supportive dentist to walk a child (and parent) through the process. But what happens when…