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Workman Publishing The Oral History Workshop

Capture a living legacy by sitting down with a loved one and asking them to share their stories. This step-by-step guide breaks the project down into manageable tasks. Learn how to prepare and conduct an interview, and what you can do to keep the conversation on track. Included are lots of thought-provoking questions to get your interviewees reminiscing.
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Oral Health in America

Date:October 22, 2010
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Sherie Franke
Location:Karnes City, Texas
Age:25-34
Gender:female
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This writing discusses in detail how vitally crucial oral health is to every individual for the overall health of the entire body. The essay shows how oral health issues can affect many systems of the human body and how neglect can complicate pregnancies and even heart disease. It is obvious that a severe lack of knowlegde about good oral health and patient compliance is a major issue in America today with the staggering amount of people neglecting issues from treatable gum disease to tooth loss and oral cancer. This essay also covers what actions can be taken by the general population as well as our public health officials to educate the American population and ensure oral health improvements across the board. There are quotes from reliable sources such as the Surgeon General stating how important good oral health is and how people are completely unaware the population is about this important issue. Concluding this essay, there is a call for action from public health officials and the American public to assist in educating the vast majority who so desperately need it.
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