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The Alliance of the American Dental Association will launch a new program in conjunction with its 2013 convention and the ADA Annual Session to help expectant moms and babies learn the hows and whys of good oral health.

New Orleans—Even those who aren't traveling to the ADA Annual Session in New Orleans Oct. 31-Nov. 3 can still experience the highlights of the meeting.

Cincinnati—As dental care continues to be a major unmet health need in Ohio, a collaboration between public and private organizations is doing its part to expand access for hundreds of Cincinnati-area children.

Anaheim, Calif.—Dental and predental students can register starting Nov. 5 to attend the American Student Dental Association 2014 Annual Session set for Feb. 26-March 1 at the Disneyland Hotel.

Kansas City, Mo.—The University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Dentistry has a new tool to help its students transition into their careers.

Washington—In memory of the late Dr. Dominick DePaola, a renowned dental educator and researcher, the American Dental Education Association established a scholarship to help train future academic leaders.

Cincinnati—The Hispanic Dental Association Foundation and Procter & Gamble's Oral Health Group (Crest) named this year's 16 recipients of their annual scholarship program in support of the next generation of Hispanics seeking a career in dentistry.

The American Board of Dental Examiners, Inc. announced that the Council of Interstate Testing Agencies will administer the ADEX examination for licensure in 2014.

Sedona, Ariz.—The Arizona Dental Association (AzDA) unveiled its "We Are One" theme, a concept showcasing its commitment to the "Power of 3" to strengthen collaboration throughout the tripartite to grow membership and build member value.

Indianapolis—Noticing a lack of diversity in leadership roles in the Indiana Dental Association and local dental societies in the state, Dr. Suzanne Germain said she felt she had to do something to change it.

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