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Tom Bringle joins Tom Raffio for a conversation on the Types of Arthritis!  As part of the show, we will feature two honorees of the Arthritis Foundation.  Eileen Burnells and Katherine Wilder will share their ‘story’ with us.  Their talks will provide us with the insight into their form of arthritis, how they cope with it daily, and the effects it has on their families.  We will also talk about the upcoming Jingle Bell Runs - the proceeds from these events benefit the Arthritis Foundation.  Learn more at http://www.arthritis.org/new-hampshire/

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Coach George Pinkham and his brother, David Pinkham join Tom on this weekend’s broadcast for a conversation on Soccer.  The conversation will include a discussion soccer here in New Hampshire and nationally, school soccer – boys vs. girls differences, national soccer – men vs women teams, plus a whole lot more.  If you are a fan of soccer or want to learn more about the game, tune in this weekend or download our podcast.

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Dr. David Hamlin joins us for a topic on smoking – “Vaping”, All smoke and no fire??  Our conversation will answer several questions including: What is vaping exactly?, Is it safe to do?, What is the impact on the lungs for PG and VG?, Are there second hand vaping dangers?, plus more… Join us for this important oral health topic!

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Do you enjoy biking or walking?  If so, then you will want to join us on this weekend’s Northeast Delta Dental Radio broadcast as our featured guest, Tim Blagden will talk with us about the Bike-Walk Alliance of New Hampshire.  The Bike-Walk Alliance works statewide to improve conditions for biking and walking through policy improvements, education, and data measurements.  Join us on the radio and visit the Bike-Walk Alliance of New Hampshire’s website to learn more:  http://bwanh.org/

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Kathi Russ and Liesl Hassenfuss will be our special guests this weekend as we share about the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk that takes place on Sunday, October 15, 2017.  The walk is a powerful event to raise awareness and funds to end breast cancer.  The event unites 800,000 walkers in nearly 300 communities across the country.  Please join us on the radio to learn more about the American Cancer Society and the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk and join us at a local walk in your community on October 15th.  Visit www.MakingStridesWalk.org to find a walk near you!  This is the 25th Anniversary of the walk.

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Fall Sports

Joe Kasper joins Tom Raffio for a discussion on Fall Sports to include road races and golf tournaments.  We will wrap up the CARS race series and share about upcoming road races that happen in the coming months.  The 20th Annual Carpenter Memorial Golf Tournament comes up on Friday, September 22, 2017 at the Abenaqui Country Club in Rye, NH.  The tournament is a fund-raiser for the Northeast Delta Dental Foundation and all net proceeds will be used to fund oral health programs in Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont and to fund Northeast Delta Dental's own program, Prevent Abuse and Neglect through Dental Awareness (P.A.N.D.A.).

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Dr. Eric Kropp is our guest on this weekend’s broadcast to talk about ‘What is Direct Primary Care?’  Direct Primary Care is an alternative to the typical fee-for-service insurance based primary care.  Dr. Kropp will review the benefits of this model of care and whole lot more.  Join us on the radio to learn more!

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Tom Walton joins Tom Raffio on this weekend’s broadcast of Northeast Delta Dental Radio for a fun program on ‘Kids Play, Free Play’.  The conversation will focus on youth sports and getting your children to ‘go outside, play, and have fun’!  Join us for this informative program and remember to take time to play and have fun!

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We are going ‘Back to school with NHT’I’ as our guests Susan Dunton, and Fiona McDonnell join us to talk about the 2017-18 academic year at New Hampshire Technical Institute (NHTI).  They will share with us about what is distinctive about NHTI, several of their unique academic programs, campus life, types of students that enroll at NHTI, and the advantages of attending a community college.  See you in class on Saturday or Sunday morning, or grab this lecture from our podcasting page at http://www.nedelta.com/About-Us/Northeast-Delta-Dental-Radio

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Dr. Bob Urbon is our guest on this weekend’s program to discuss ‘Old School vs. New School Dental Materials’.  This will be an interesting conversation as we learn about posterior amalgam vs. composite, the materials that make up each of these, expected life and service, and a whole lot more.  Join us on Northeast Delta Dental Radio!

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