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Steve Coppola joins Tom Raffio on this weekend’s broadcast of Northeast Delta Dental Radio for a program on Running!  Steve will cover topics such as what attire to wear when running in different seasons, what are the best sneakers and how long should you keep them.  What about blisters? If you get them, what to do about them and how to stop them.  We will also discuss the mapping your race and where to find local races on the web.  Join us for a fun program on Running!

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Max Puyanic joins us on this weekend’s show to talk about ConvenientMD.  We will discuss what is urgent care and why do we need it, as well as why it has grown so quickly over the last few years.  We will go over what types of things are treated in an urgent care center as well as to discuss ‘when should I use an urgent care verse my primary care physician or an emergency department?’  Max will also review the cost savings and the quality of care.  Please join us to learn more about urgent care and ConvenientMD.

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The 2016 Granite State Baseball Dinner presented by Northeast Delta Dental is the feature of this weekend’s broadcast and we are joined by Jenna Raizes of the New Hampshire Fisher Cats to share all the exciting things taking place at the dinner.  The dinner is a fundraising event with proceeds benefiting CHaD, Ted Williams Museum, and the Fisher Cats Foundation.  In 2015, more than $140,000 was raised through tickets, silent and live auctions, and raffle ticket sales.  Since 2007, more than $1.42 million has been raised through the dinner.  Guests will not only enjoy a delicious meal, they will also be able to meet special guests, collect autographs, enjoy special presentations, and participate in a silent and real auction.    The Granite State Baseball Dinner is held on Saturday, November 19, 2016 – visit www.nhfishercats.com for tickets.

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It’s Halloween and soon little kidos will be bouncing around the neighborhood dressed as little ghosts and ghouls in search of a bounty of sweet treats.  Our program this week offers tips on what to do with these sweet treats and ways to help with your children’s oral health during the Halloween season.  Dr. Randi Tillman joins us for a discussion on Kids and Candy!  Our conversation will include “Is it realistic to think that kids won’t have candy on Halloween?”, “Is there a right way and a wrong way to eat candy?”, “Are all candies created equal?”, “Candies to avoid.”, “Are there any ‘good’ candies?”, and we will share a few tips on “What else can parents do to lessen the risk of tooth decay from Halloween candy?”.  We hope you enjoy the show and remember to brush twice a day and floss once a day!  Happy Halloween!

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Karen O’Connor and Christa Wozmak join Tom for this weekend’s broadcast for a conversation on Oral Preventive Care for a Healthier YOU.  We will present an overview of the Health Through Oral Wellness® program, the PreViser score, and enhanced dental benefits.  Join us to learn more about our HOW program!

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Diet for Performance is our theme for this weekend’s broadcast on Northeast Delta Dental Radio.  Amber Ferreira joins us to talk about workouts and her preparations for competing in triathlons.  We will cover the best foods to boost your recovery from hard workouts, several things you can do to help your recovery (such as the use of olive oil in salads to fight inflammation), and Amber will share a couple of her recipes for post workout smoothies.  We will also look at setting up an ‘eating and training’ protocol.  Join us for a fun and informative show!

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Joe Kasper joins us on this weekend’s program to talk about Goodlife at Centennial Senior Center.  Our conversation will start out with a little history on what is Goodlife and what makes this center different from other senior centers.  We will also discuss the many programs and activities at the center that the residents enjoy and future events and plans at Goodlife.  Please join us on the radio to learn more and visit Goodlife on the web:  http://www.goodlifenh.org/

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Fall is a beautiful time of the year in New England with cool, crisp temperatures, and an abundance of color.  This is also a great time for trail and mountain races.  Chris Dunn joins us for our program this weekend to talk about Fall Trail & Mountain Racing.  Topics to be shared are ‘What does acidotic racing have on tap for trail and mountain racing this fall?”, “Are the events beginner friendly?”, and “What are the challenges for trail running this fall?”  Join us for a fun program on running and see you on the trails!

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Kimberly Laro and Kathi Russ will be our special guests this weekend as we share about the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk that takes place on Sunday, October 16, 2016.  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 16th.  Visit www.MakingStridesWalk.org to find a walk near you!

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Calling all golfers!  The 19th Annual Dr. Thurston J. Carpenter Memorial Golf Tournament is scheduled for Friday, September 23, 2016 at the Breakfast Hill Golf Club in Greenland, NH.  Joe Kasper joins Tom Raffio on this weekend's broadcast to share about the tournament, its history, and purpose.  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.).  Please join us on the radio to learn more and join us on the course on September 23.

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