New year, new look, and articles you must read

Jan. 19, 2010
It's a new year and a new look for Dental Assisting Digest™ e-newsletter in 2010. DAD Editor Kevin Henry talks about three articles in particular that you must read this month.

It’s a new year and a new look for DAD as well. You’ll see that we’ve changed the look of our e-newsletter to provide you with a better reading experience. Here’s hoping you find it easier to navigate and read.

This month’s issue is packed with articles that will help you in the office ... and could even save your life. We start a series of articles this month on the five deadliest diseases for women and how you can minimize your risks when it comes to these killers. No matter your age, you need to know how to live a healthier life, and this series will arm you with the knowledge you need to hopefully live longer and enjoy life to its fullest. Click here to read our first article in the five-month installment.

Of course, enjoying life to its fullest would be great if there were a little more money in the bank, wouldn’t it? In 2010, we’ll be asking experts to give DAD their opinions on how you can earn every penny you deserve in the dental practice. Every month, you’re going to receive a tip on how you can improve your bottom line through your paycheck. This month, renowned consultant (and great friend of DAD) Linda Miles discusses what you should do if the dentist tells you a raise just isn’t in the budget. Click here to read the article.

In the midst of everything going on around us, it’s impossible to ignore what is going on in Haiti. Since Jan. 12, when a series of massive earthquakes hit the country, Haiti has been a scene of chaos and sadness. Mary Klaus of Pennsylvania traveled to Haiti in 2007 on a mission trip and recently penned her thoughts on the country in an article for her local newspaper. You can read her article by clicking here.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the people of Haiti, as well as those brave men and women who are in the country trying to repair broken lives.

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