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Did you get an oral cancer screening? Are you sure? Seems most people don’t know if they have had this important screening or not. What is it, what does it feel like, and do you really want to wait for noticeable symptoms of loose teeth and difficulty swallowing. One person an hour dies of oral cancer. If you’re not getting an oral cancer screening ask for one, if you’re not telling your patients they’re getting one, start talking!
Corinne Jameson-Kuehl, RDH, BS, OMT is from Hartland, Wisconsin and has been involved in the dental field for over 20 years. Corinne graduated from Marquette University, and the Coulson Institute of Oral Myology. She is an experienced private practice clinician, practice development consultant and previous dental staffing company founder and owner. Corinne provides Orofacial therapy through her business, “Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy of Wisconsin, which provides evaluation and care for oral dysfunction.” She is the co-chair of the Oral Cancer Foundation in Wisconsin, and is passionate about providing oral cancer awareness to health care professionals. She can be contacted at email@example.com
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A discussion about the differences and similarities between Oral Traditions and Written traditions and Initiatory vs self styled traditions.
In both the ATRs and European Pre-Christian religions a great deal of knowledge and wisdom has been passed down from our ancestors but sometimes only fragments remain. Some traditions have been sifted from these fragments and pieced back together yet some traditions have stayed relatively intact.
Many European traditions eventually saw a need to write down what had previously been oral traditions where the ATRs mostly remained oral traditions.
Tonight we discuss those differences, similarities and more.
This Sunday our BlogTalk radio program will cover the importance of carrying on oral tradition, and introduce our listeners to our WnT YouTube Channel. Join Billie Fidlin, president of WnT and Millie Chalk, member of the Board of Directors and part of the YouTube Channel team.
Oral tradition is the spoken relation and preservation, from one generation to the next, of a people's cultural history and ancestry, often by a storyteller in narrative form.
Oral tradition is cultural material and tradition transmitted orally from one generation to another. The messages or testimony are verbally transmitted in speech or song and may take the form, for example, of folktales, sayings, ballads, songs, or chants. In this way, it is possible for a society to transmit oral history, oral literature, oral law and other knowledge across generations without a writing system. It often refers to the transmission of cultural material through vocal utterance. WnT has brought some of the oral tradition to life in written format through our online magazine and by then sharing a oral recording of some of those stories on our YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/WhispernThunder
The historical marginalization of indigenous people, the dogma of stigma, the continued oppression of an entire race of people to the political and social edges of society cannot and must not continue. Telling the story begins the healing. Telling the story also begins the true understanding of a history of both tragedy and triumph.
To read more articles & find out about us, please go to whispernthunder.org
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Dr. Angela Canfield Holds Second Inspiring Smiles Series Talk in Honor of Oral Cancer Awareness Month
(SAVANNAH, GA) Dr. Angela Canfield of Sandfly Family Dental in Savannah, GA announces the second talk in the 2015 Inspiring Smiles Series will be held Tuesday, April 14, from noon to 1 p.m. The discussion is titled “Oral DNA and Periodontal Testing.”
Periodontal diseases, such as gingivitis, are caused from bacteria that inflames the gums. Symptoms include bad breath, red or swollen gums, and receding gums. Dr. Canfield will explain the benefits of early detection and the process to determine patients’ risks of these diseases.
According Dentistry Today, every sixty minutes, a person dies from oral cancer. The disease is typically associated with long-term tobacco use, but it is becoming more frequent in young adults who have never smoked. Besides tobacco use, the risk factors that could lead to oral cancer include DNA abnormalities or family history. But the main cause, especially in young adults who don’t smoke, is the human papillomavirus (HPV), which may be spread by sexually active people through intimate contact.
“HPV is the leading cause of cervical cancer, which was once the leading cause of cancer deaths for women in the United States,” said Dr. Canfield, “Now that women routinely get PAP tests, which provide early detection of conditions that could lead to cervical cancer, those cancer rates are on the decline. In fact, these days, a person is three times more likely to die from oral cancer than cervical cancer.”
The Inspiring Smiles Series will take place at Dr. Canfield’s office located at 7360 Skidaway Rd., Suite H2. It is free to attend. To RSVP, call Dr. Canfield at 912-349-0472. Dr. Canfield will also be giving away free oral cancer screenings during the month of April.
Is oral sex a must? If you are receiving, Ladies/Fellas is it a must that you give? Is there a proper technique? Ladies, is there a blue print too giving head or getting face? You always hear that men don't do it well is that true? What do you even call it? We on the east coast say Face but my ladies on the show say Head....does it matter what we call it? Fellas, do you think it's cool for a women too say "Give me some Head" ? Is it wrong too wanta give and not want it in return?
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Be sure to catch your favorite health duos Dr. Afivi Adiro, and Kenya Jones today, April 3, 2015, as we tackle Dis-Eases that can be eliminated by eating the right foods.
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