- February 2014
In 1987, an HIV-positive dentist in Florida was found to have transmitted the infection to six of his patients. This first-known case of clinical transmission of HIV and the uncertainty during the late 1980s about the exact models of HIV transmission led the ADA to issue recommended infection control procedures and later work with the Centers for Disease Control to develop infection control recommendations for dentistry.
In 1991, OSHA released its Bloodborne Pathogen standard to limit employees’ exposure to potentially infectious materials that could result in the transmission of diseases...
- April 2013
Just about every online news story enables readers to add comments at the end of the coverage. It's really wonderful to have this means of voicing our opinions and reactions to things that go on around us. It enhances our desire to belong, feel connected and—most importantly—help one another. This is a new kind of journalism; one that is interactive.
To a degree, responses often mimic the type of news reported, in terms of substance and energy. When a topic is upbeat, intriguing, beguiling, etc., the posts are likely to match in spirit.
For example, comments posted to a recent article...
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Despite a particularly beautiful Spring day in New York City, 750 laboratory product buyers from all over the east coast came indoors for LMT LAB DAY EAST
Despite OSHA regulations and recommendations from numerous industry groups, laboratories still report that many of their clients arenât disinfecting impressions and incoming cases. Should you be concerned?
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One of the Chinese laboratories that is marketing to the U.S. is DentUSA, a full service, 300-plus-technician laboratory in Shanghai.
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