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ADA Business Resources announced Oct. 29 that their endorsement program with FedEx will expire on Oct. 31 and will not be renewed, as the companies were unable to reach business terms.

Day 1 Annual Session news is now available on the Annual Session website.

Rockville, Md.—Dr. Timothy Lozon describes his Indian Health Service career as “fantastic” and his vision as director of the IHS Division of Oral Health in terms of “partnerships.” A U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps dental officer for more than 27 years, Dr. Lozon assumed his new position Oct. 7, 2013, having served as acting director since September 2010.

Louisville, Ky.—The Kentucky Dental Association wants its members and the public to know it did not authorize a company promoting an at-home drilling kit to use its mailing address in their Internet domain.

Washington—The Association "cannot support" dental legislation offered in the Senate and referred to the Finance Committee but commended Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., "for your efforts to address our nation's dental crisis and help break down the barriers that prevent millions of Americans from receiving regular dental care."

Dallas—The American College of Legal Medicine will host its 6th annual Ethics and Legal Aspects of Dentistry Conference Feb. 28-March 1, 2014, at the Westin Galleria here.

ADA Business Resources has chosen HealthFirst as its endorsed amalgam recovery service provider for ADA members.

It started with a simple job shadow.

Dr. Paul Moore's career has been a 'real joy'—despite the fact that it has been filled with lots of pain.

With a decade of experience as a dental assistant and 13 years as a licensed dental hygienist, Lori Wood had already honed many of the clinical skills needed to be a Community Dental Health Coordinator. What drew her to the training program was the chance to gain experience in helping her patients outside the dental chair.

Washington—OSHA is requiring employer training by Dec. 1, 2013, toward employee understanding of new labels and safety data sheets entering the marketplace under a revised hazard communication standard taking effect through June, 2016.

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