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Howard University dental school names new dean

Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Howard University announced July 17 it named Dr. Andrea D. Jackson as dean of its College of Dentistry. She had served as interim dean since July 2018.

ADA CareerCenter unveils upgraded online job board for dental professionals

Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Dental professionals looking for the right job can turn to the ADA CareerCenter, the Association’s official online job board, which unveiled July 17 its upgraded website in an effort to improve user experience and personalization of jobs searches.

EPA updates rule prohibiting improper disposal of pharmaceutical hazardous waste

Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Dental facilities and other health care businesses that generate pharmaceutical hazardous waste are required to manage those products according to the provisions of a rule that goes into effect Aug. 21, according to the ADA Council on Dental Practice.

Dental laboratory accountability bill signed into law in Washington state

Tuesday, July 16, 2019

The Washington State Dental Association and Washington State Dental Laboratory Association worked together to lead a successful legislative effort to implement ADA policy on dental laboratory registration.

Maternal secrets of our earliest ancestors unlocked

Monday, July 15, 2019

New research brings to light for the first time the evolution of maternal roles and parenting responsibilities in one of our oldest evolutionary ancestors. Australopithecus africanus mothers breastfed their infants for the first 12 months after birth, and continued to supplement their diets with breastmilk during periods of food shortage. Tooth chemistry analyses enable scientists to 'read' more than two-million-year-old teeth. Finding demonstrates why early human ancestors had fewer offspring and extended parenting role.
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