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Today we'll talk about braces for your kid.
Orthodontist vs general practitioner
What age should ortho evaluation be done
Retainers - wearing and cleaning
Removing permanent teeth
Cost per month
A teenagers brain - keeping teeth with braces clean
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Future Memebership Program and upcoming post grad program
Announcement of new graduates
Running Tests in Kids and implications
Discussion on braces and stressor related to braces.
Discussion on Klebsiella
Verbal Final Discussion
Discussion on Parasite and Bacterial Infections
Discussion on H.Pylori and panic attacks
Business building discussion and tips from Reed
The Beast is back. Since The Wyatt Family utilized the no disqualification environment of the Royal Rumble Match to eliminate Brock Lesnar from the bout, The Anomaly has yet to be seen in a WWE ring. With his return imminent, the entire WWE locker room braces for impact. Who will feel the wrath of this raging behemoth? WWE Hall of Famer Bret “Hit Man” announced via Facebook on Monday that he has received a diagnosis of prostate cancer “With hesitation and fear, I openly declare myself in my fight against prostate cancer,” Hart said on Facebook. “In the next few days, I will undergo surgery with the hope of defeating this nemesis once and for all.”
Dr. Greg Cannizzo is a general dentist providing orthodontic care for many patients. We'll talk to Dr. Cannizzo about braces in many ways, and get the answers to these timeless questions:
Can a person get braces form their regular non orthodontist dentist? What should a person look for in a dentist providing ortho? What kind of an exam would a person expect if they were having a “braces exam” How long do adult braces take? Difference between traditional and tray aligners. Do we still take out premolars? Any stats, like how many people have/need braces. Difference between traditional and tray aligners. Early Treatment (Intercessional Ortho)
Producer: Shirley Gutkowski
Thanks for listening to Sports Palooza Radio! We're back with another great show.
This weekend is the New York City marathon and Alan Brown is the Team Reeve participant who is a quadriplegic, training for the NYC marathon with a hand cycle and hopes to raise $260,000 for research. He'll tell us his story! What another inspiration!
And, finally, to help keep players safe and prevent the kinds of injuries he sees in his practice, New York’s Dr. Patrick Kerr spent more than a decade developing a protective device that is put into standard issued shoulder pads and turns them into a system that engages the helmet as a football player braces for impact. He has invented The KERR Collar, which reduces head and neck movement 38% during a collision and absorbs 58% of the collision impact, redistributing the force of the hit away from the head and neck area to reduce injury risk.
It's going to be a great show!
(For those of you who might have turned in to hear our interview with Olden Polynice, we had to reschedule. Look for his interview in an upcoming podcast!)
Tonights show will be about my week in Toronto. I will be discussing the world famous LeBrunch we attended yesterday. It was sponsored by Moet and Kleen Media. It was my young queens first time attending and they had much to say. I will be discussing mommyhood and Boom needing braces. Last but not least I will likely address the ratchet shit I watched this week on T.V. as well as the internet. Remember,I put 0 FUX in the urban dictionary for a reason.
Tonight, the 2016 Republican Presidential Debate-who won? And Trump’s post-debate press conference, Pete Rose denies allegations of statutory rape, the Keystone pipeline-maker braces for Obama rejection, and Hillary avoids questions, Tom Brady's emails reveal little about Deflategate and, Ferguson, MO is up in a roar, and more.Not your Mother's radio show. Some call it a discussion, some say a debate, you decide.
Rob Durham graduated from The Ohio State University in 2000 with an English Degree in one hand and a microphone in the other. From there Rob has built an act that he prides on originality and his unique point of view. He has been praised by many of the business’s big names with whom he has worked. From Bob Saget calling him "Freaking Hilarious" to Louie Anderson’s written claim of "Very Funny!" (Rob still has the cocktail napkin as proof), his material is respected by all who hear it. With a smile that says I didn’t get my braces off until I was 27, Rob’s innocent look helps him vent about his other career as an English teacher, his horrible dating history, his wonderfully spunky wife, and other near death experiences.
in Self Help
Tonight's special guest is Laurie Purcell from Bay Shore, New York. Her abuse was physical, sexual, and emotional. The neglect she experienced is a large part of the reason she's lived most of her life in full leg braces .. from being thrown out a second story window when she was 4 yrs old. She says, "From the abuse I died 3 times. Heaven is wonderful, but God wasn't ready for me. The second trip took me 4 years to recover from. I have anoxia, brain damage due to lack of oxygen. That effects my memory. I got to the point of realizing I couldn't recover relearn everything." But Laurie's resilient, if nothing else. "I was with the Guardians Of the Children for 4 years, until they shut our chapter down. Crushed, but that didn't stop me from spreading awareness of child abuse through my story." She goes on, "I am passionate about this cause," adding, "In my photos on Facebook you will find picture after picture of the extent I go to for the kids." In addition there are 4 or 5 videos on her timeline. "If you watch one, or all of them, you will find out who I am," she points out. "I'm a warrior who will fight this battle to the end for the kids of today. My message: You can survive...and those of us who did owe it to our kids to save them from what we went through."
Contrary to what many may think, there is a difference
between Black people and niggas. Define the Black Man? Define a Nigga? Was one once the other if so how and why? Please review the list below I gathered from a website called Assata Shakur Forums. What are your thoughts? Does it appear to be true? Why are we battling with ourselves as a people? As awakened individuals should we turn our backs on our bruthas and sistas that claim to be niggas?
Black people spend thousands of dollars on higher education and see the value of owning real estate.
Niggas spend thousands of dollars on ''getting high" and are concerned only with keeping' it real.
When Black people have children, they try to get better paying jobs to make
sure they can support their child...
When niggas have children; they change jobs to avoid paying child support.
When Black people have children, they invest in college plans, piano lessons and braces...
When niggas have children they invest in designer clothes, platinum jewelry and mini-Air Jordans
Black people watch out for their neighbors and understand the importance of strong neighborhoods...
Niggas watch their neighbors, and look for an opportunity to take advantage of their weaknesses.
Black people appreciate the sacrifices made for them by, their families to help them get ahead in life...
Niggas will sacrifice their Families and steal from them in order to get their next high.
Black people appreciate expensive jewelry designer clothes and nice cars but realize that they don't make the person....
Niggas define themselves by their designer clothes platinum jewelry and nice cars.
in Self Help
I first heard Theo Androus back in 2003. The Catholic Herald shares a little about Theo:
On a Wednesday evening in 1999, the slightly built Androus took a shot at goal in a coed soccer game in Alexandria, but never saw the 6-foot 3-inch, 240-lb goalie who crashed into him. The impact shattered two bones beneath Androus’ knee into six pieces, causing "unbelievable pain," he recalled. He was taken to INOVA Alexandria Hospital where surgeons stabilized the fracture, inserting a titanium rod through the center of his tibia. Androus spent a month in bed and three months in a wheelchair recovering from the injury.
Androus, who wore leg braces as a child to correct a congenital condition and survived a head-on car crash on the George Washington Parkway in 1989, said he had to set a goal for himself in order to get well. His goal was running the 2000 Marine Corps Marathon.
"Life is about making choices," Androus told the assembly. As an Ireton student, he didn’t see the point of studying geometry or trigonometry and remembers begging math teacher Richard Bulcavage for a C, but publicly thanked him last week for giving him a D, the grade he deserved. Androus said he regretted never having had the chance to thank the late Coach James McGrath for his influence. "You have people here who care so much about you," Androus said."
Learn more about Theo at https://www.gitomer.com/seminars/Gitomer-Certified-Speakers/Theo-Androus.html