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Happy New Year!  Did you set a New Year’s Resolution for fitness and exercise in 2018?  If so, then you will want to join us for the first show of 2018 – Getting Fit in the New Year.  Joe Kasper is our guest and will discuss the Benefits of Exercise, Winter Exercise and Recreational Opportunities, and the upcoming 2018 Capital Area Race Series.  Join us on the radio and see you on the fitness trail….

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The mission of the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center is "to educate, incite and entertain learners of all ages in the sciences and humanities by actively engaging them in the exploration of astronomy, aviation, Earth and space science." 

Our guest, Jeanne Gerulskis will share with us 'What's up at the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center?'  We will first look back at 2017 for a short discussion on the challenges and accomplishments as well as a recap of the year's events and exhibits.  In 2017, the Discovery Center had 40,000 visitors, including 9,000 school field trip participants.

Looking ahead to 2018, the center will feature two special exhibits; True or False – a fun and exciting package of activities for young and old, and Math Moves! – putting the ‘M’ back in STEM.  Three new planetarium shows will debut in 2018; Wildest Weather in the Solar System, Mars, and Distant Reaches of the Universe.  Stop by the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center and be sure to visit them on the web at www.starhop.com.

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Saliva

Dr. Mitch Couret joins us on this weekend’s broadcast to talk about Saliva.  We will cover the functions of saliva (digestive and antimicrobial); composition of saliva; and several types of tests using saliva that include DNA, diabetes, and cancer.  Dr. Couret will also share a fun fact or two.  Please join us!

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Allyssa Thompson from Breath NH joins us on this weekend’s broadcast to share about Breath New Hampshire and the variety of programs they offer for improving lung health.  Alyssa will discuss their most recent campaign, COPD Awareness Month that was held in November.  Other programs and events to discussed include Wellness Workshops,  the Legislative Breakfast & Breathe Action Team, Youth and Vaping Prevention Program, Bag the Butts, Fairways for Airways Golf Classic, and Asthma Care for Kids.  Learn more about Breath NH on the web at breathnh.org.

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Are you looking for some fun concerts to attend with family and friends this holiday season?  Then you will want to join us for this weekend’s Northeast Delta Dental Radio show!  Lynne Sabean with the Capitol Center for the Arts will be our guest to share about the exciting lineup of Christmas concerts that will be taking place in the next couple of weeks.  Upcoming shows include ‘Christmas with Rocking Horse Studio’, ‘Capital Jazz Orchestra Holiday Pops’, ‘Oak Ridge Boys Christmas Celebration’, and something fun for the children to enjoy during their school vacation – ‘Hansel in Gretel’ from the MET in live HD broadcast.  Lynne will also talk about several of the upcoming 2018 feature events as well as how you may join and support the Capitol Center for the Arts.  Enjoy the show!  https://ccanh.com/

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Our theme for this weekend’s broadcast is Energizing Your Family With Bob Faw.  Bob will talk about ‘Rebalancing the Negativity Bias’ – a primer on why we tend to have so much bickering and complaining in families, and why it pays off to rebalance the Negativity Bias with more positive communications.  Join us for the broadcast or grab the podcast!

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Bill Dunlap, President of the New Hampshire Historical Society joins us on this Thanksgiving Weekend broadcast to share with us about the New Hampshire Historical Society and several of its major initiatives for the coming year.  A new project the society is excited about is the “Democracy Project: Renewing History and Civics in New Hampshire Schools.”  This project is to address the decline in history and civics education over the past few years, which has adverse implications for the country.  Bill will also talk about a recently completed project to “green” the society’s national historic-registered building, producing a 75% reduction in their carbon footprint.  The New Hampshire Historical Society has many wonderful exhibits on the history of our state.  Please come and visit!  https://www.nhhistory.org/

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Welcome to Oral Hygiene 101 with Dr. Don Cox!  Our topic this weekend on Northeast Delta Dental is all about oral hygiene.  Dr. Cox will talk about a variety of things to include purpose of oral hygiene (why clean your teeth?); the difference between plaque, tarter, and calculus; effective brushing and flossing; how toothbrushes have changed over time; and how toothpaste has changed over time.  We will cover these and whole lot more in this crash course on Oral Hygiene 101.  Please join us!

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We honor the members of our Armed Forces on this Veterans Day special broadcast of Northeast Delta Dental Radio!  Renee Plummer joins us to share a conversation on the purpose and meaning of Veterans Day and to talk about programs and services to assist the veterans and their families.  Please join us on the radio, and thank a vet for their service!

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The 2017 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 2016, more than $125,000 was raised through tickets, silent and live auctions, and raffle ticket sales.  Since 2007, more than $1.57 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, and enjoy special presentations.    The Granite State Baseball Dinner is held on Saturday, November 18, 2017 – visit www.nhfishercats.com for tickets.

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