Bob Smith with the ALS Association of Northern New England is our guest on this weekend’s broadcast. Bob will talk about ALS, challenges, ongoing research for the treatment and cure of ALS, and the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge that is returning in August. Join us on the radio and visit ALS Association of Northern New England on the web at http://webnne.alsa.org
We have always known that the “mouth is part of the body” but did you know that “what happens in the mouth has a profound impact on the rest of the body?” Our guest on this weekend’s broadcast of Northeast Delta Dental Radio will explain this and a whole lot more on our show. Dr. Randi Tillman joins us for a discussion on the connection between oral and systemic health!
Patrick Mulcahy is our guest this weekend to talk about the Granite State Games starting on June 22, 2015. The Granite State Games is a mulit-sport competitive event for New Hampshire’s amateur athletes. The Games are based on the Olympic model, complete with an opening ceremony, a round-robin tournament, and championship games. The mission is to “promote competitive excellence by providing an athletic forum for top athletes to display their talent, ability to work as a team, and their ambition to become a champion.” Join us on the radio and visit Granite State Games on the web at http://granitestategames.org.
Do you enjoy sports? Do you enjoy helping others? Would you like to help others enjoy sports and other activities to enrich their lives? Then please join us on Northeast Delta Dental Radio to learn about the New England Handicapped Sports Association. Tom Kersey, Executive Director is our guest on this weekend’s show and will talk about the opportunities and programs offered to disabled individuals through the New England Handicapped Sports Association. The mission of the organization is “to bear witness to the triumph of the human spirit by helping people with disabilities and their families enrich their lives through adaptive sports, recreation, and social activities.” Join us on the radio and visit them on the web at www.nehsa.org
In the early 1990s, Northeast Delta Dental formed a coalition of individuals, professional associations, and agencies in Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont with a vested interest in the health and welfare of children to promote the Prevent Abuse and Neglect through Dental Awareness (P.A.N.D.A.) program with the support of the Northeast Delta Dental Foundation. Eleanor Vien is our guest on this weekend’s broadcast to talk with us about the P.A.N.D.A. program and Child Abuse Prevention Month, which is the month of April. Join us for this informative conversation and learn more about the P.A.N.D.A. program on our website at: http://www.nedelta.com/Providers/P-A-N-D-A-Program.
Join us this week on Northeast Delta Dental Radio as Dr. Mitch Couret shares about Teledentistry! What is Teledentistry? It is the use of information technology and telecommunications for dental care, consultation, education, and public awareness. Teledentistry is part of Telehealth, which is the delivery of health related services and information via telecommunication technologies. Join us on the radio to learn more!
The mission of Riverbend Community Mental Health is “to care for the mental health of our entire community and that means doing so by advocacy, through treatment and education.” Peter Evers with Riverbend joins us to share about the organization, its mission, and those they serve. Join us on the radio and learn more about the services of Riverbend at www.riverbendcmhc.org
Spring has arrived and it is time to 'Play Ball'. The 2015 Fisher Cats season is just days away from starting and Mike Ramshaw is here to share about all the exciting things happening with the New Hampshire Fisher Cats at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium. The Oral Health Challenge continues this year and provides the opportunity for children to earn two free tickets to a game. Theme nights are a new promotion in 2015 beginning with Star Wars on June 20th. Other exciting events include 33 Atlas Fireworks shows, the return of the All-You-Can-Eat Day on April 11, plus a whole lot more!. Join us on the radio to learn all about the 2015 Fisher Cats Season, visit the Fisher Cats website (nhfishercats.com) to buy your tickets, and see you at the ballpark!
Frank Byrne from Home Instead Senior Care joins us this weekend with some helpful tips on “Reducing Senior Hospitalizations and Improving Home Safety”. Tips such as arranging furniture or ease of navigation, remove clutter from pathways, remove or secure throw rugs, making sure the home and stairways are well lit, and whole lot more will be discussed in our program this weekend. Join us on the radio and learn more about Home Instead Senior Care at www.homeinstead.com.
Shannon Mills returns to the microphones of Northeast Delta Dental Radio for a talk on Gingivitis and Periodontal Disease. Periodontitis, also generally called gum disease or periodontal disease, begins with bacterial grown in your mouth and may end – if not treated – with tooth loss due to destruction of the tissue that surrounds your teeth. In our program, Shannon will cover ‘What’s the difference between gingivitis and periodontitis?’, ‘What causes gum disease?’, ‘What are the symptoms of gum disease?’, ‘How does my dentist diagnose gum disease?’, ‘How is gum disease treated?’, ‘How can gum disease be prevented?’, and ‘Is gum disease linked to other health problems?’. Please join us!