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Literature review: the prevalence and indicators of Sjögren’s Syndrome in juveniles

Sjögren’s Syndrome (SS), a chronic auto-immune disorder most frequently diagnosed in women over the age of 40, is becoming progressively more evident in juvenile patients. Oral Health Care, 2017 Jamie Smolik1, Rob Taylor2, Victoria Wilson1, Margaret Weber1, Iquebal Hasan3, Ershal Harrison2, and Madeline Aulisio2 Sjögren’s Syndrome (SS), a chronic auto-immune disorder most frequently diagnosed in women over the age of

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Omicron Kappa Upsilon National Dental Honor Society welcomes new members

The ECU School of Dental Medicine held a Convocation on May 2, 2017 to honor six candidates from the DMD Class of 2017 (alumni members) and one candidate from the dental faculty for the Omicron Kappa Upsilon National Dental Honor Society Beta Eta Chapter. Omicron Kappa Upsilon Candidates for Alumni Membership Kurtis A. Bryan Rebekah Esther Finger Mariann Isis Ghaly

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Major General Thomas R. Tempel, Jr. underscores interprofessional collaboration and service at graduation

Major General Thomas R. Tempel, Jr., Commanding General of the U.S. Army Regional Health Command, delivered the dental school’s Graduation Convocation address on Saturday, May 6, 2017, in Wright Auditorium. Tempel told the 47 graduates that after paying a visit to the dental school’s Community Service Learning Center in Ahoskie, N.C., he had considered rewriting his speech. “I was so

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Congratulations, Class of 2017!

The ECU School of Dental Medicine is proud to have graduated the Class of 2017 on May 6. Listed here are the names of the graduates, their towns of origins in parentheses, and their immediate professional plans. The school is also proud to list awards and honors earned by the graduates. We will miss these exceptional dentists and wish them

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‘NO FENCE’ Dental faculty teach nutrition students, interns to read oral signs of malnutrition

As the gateway to the body’s internal organs, the mouth introduces the foods that keep us nourished and well. The mouth can also reveal signs of nutrition disorders to health professionals who know what to look for. That was the focus of an April 7 workshop hosted by East Carolina University School of Dental Medicine faculty members for dietetic interns

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