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Silver Spring, Md.—The Food and Drug Administration launched a version of the website accessible to users of "the most popular mobile devices" including smartphones and tablets while continuing to support traditional desktop and laptop computers. Web pages offering FDA's "most popular content," including recalls, safety alerts, consumer updates, agency news and blogs, adjust to the device user's screen.

Washington—OSHA increased access for health care and other employees filing retaliation complaints by launching an online whistleblower complaint form.

Drs. Herbert C. Butts and Gordon G. Pejsar—two former ADA leaders—died this past year. They were 89 and 85 years old, respectively.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has issued a new safety communication for previously recalled HeartStart automated external defibrillator devices, advising that some of the AEDs may be unable to properly perform in cardiac emergencies.

The ADA is supporting the efforts of the North Carolina Board of Dental Examiners to persuade the U.S. Supreme Court to review a lower court's decision affirming the Federal Trade Commission's claim that the board's actions against teeth whiteners violated federal antitrust laws.

Working to transform concepts into actions, about 120 experts gathered in Chicago Nov. 18-20 to develop an overarching approach to disease prevention to alleviate the nation's oral health crisis.

Washington—Dr. Merle Nunemaker was quick to report the launch of ADA's Long-term Care Dental Campaign, an Action for Dental Health Initiative.

Visit the ADA Center for Professional Success to enter for the chance to win a new iPad Air.

Close on the heels of its 2013 centennial celebration, The Journal of the American Dental Association expects to have something more to celebrate in the New Year.

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