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REACT Cards for Public Safety Officials

Last week, I was honored to participate in a media opportunity at Riverbend Community Mental Health among law enforcement and fire officials, and other community leaders to increase the awareness of the availability of an important resource for public safety … Continue reading

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Granite State Baseball Dinner a win for baseball fans and the community

Over the weekend, I attended the Granite State Baseball Dinner hosted by the NH Fisher Cats.  The evening was really exciting for baseball fans especially with the recent Boston Red Sox World Series victory. While I am a Fisher Cats … Continue reading

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Honoring our Military Heroes

Northeast Delta Dental is proud to support our military heroes through sponsoring several ceremonial events to honor veterans for their service and/or organizations that help veterans access necessary services such as health care, affordable housing, job training, etc. We also … Continue reading

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Back to School: Reexamining Oral Health Habits

The beginning of a new school year provides parents with opportunities to reexamine oral health habits that may have been more relaxed during the summer. Building and maintaining beneficial self-care habits are especially important for children, because the habits they … Continue reading

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Corporate Stress Impacts the Bottom Line

I recently had a very engaging conversation with teacher, psychotherapist, and life coach, Jeff Levin about our culture’s need to constantly be plugged-in to technology and the anxiety and stress this is promoting in kids, families, schools, businesses and communities.  … Continue reading

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Insurers should care about the opioid crisis

The drug crisis continues to take hold in New Hampshire, with more than 400 deaths from drug overdoses in 2017.  With Congress’ recent approval of almost $23 million in funding to support efforts specifically to combat the opioid crisis in … Continue reading

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Books I’m Reading: ALONE Together, Why We Expect More From Technology and Less From Each Other

How we communicate with each other impacts business, community relationships, goals, and the sustenance of clarity. Author Sherry Turkle, is the Abby Rockefeller Mauze’ Professor of Social Studies and Technology at MIT. She has conducted various studies and interviews regarding … Continue reading

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