Edmond Dentist Dr. Damon R. Johnson, DDS on Prenatal Dental Care

Recently the staff at Oceans2003 spoke with Edmond dentist Dr. Damon R. Johnson about dental care for pregnant women. Oceans2003: Good evening, Dr. Johnson. We thank you for pulling away from your busy schedule to talk with us today. Edmond Dentist, Dr. Damon R. Johnson, DDS: It’s not a problem at all. I’m happy to […]

Q & A with Fred Wehba | Peace Is Something You Must Find for Yourself

In today’s interview, we speak with businessman Fred Wehba about finding the peace of mind to move forward regardless of one’s situation. Oceans 2003: Good morning Mr. Wehba, and thank you for taking the time out to be with us today. Fred Wehba: Always a pleasure. Oceans 2003: We often take reader questions. One of […]

Q & A: Childhood Tooth Decay Is a Preventable Problem

This brief Q & A with dentist professionals answers questions regarding cavities in children and when it’s time to find a dentist. Q: Since they fall out after just a few years, are my child’s baby teeth really all that important? A: Yes, they actually are! Infant teeth set the stage for adult oral health. […]

Dennis Wong, YOR Health Co-founder, “Actor Bill Duke a YOR Health Customer.”

Bill Duke joins a long list of celebrities that have made a change in their health for the better, says Dennis Wong. YOR Health is proud to have Bill as member of its extensive community and here answers questions about the actor and director. Q: Who is Bill Duke? Dennis Wong, YOR Health: He is […]

Edmond Dentist Damon R. Johnson, DDS on Plaque Problems and Prevention

Plaque is a scary thing and today we learn how to free ourselves from fear of “the fuzz” in this candid conversation with Edmond, OK dentist Damon R. Johnson, DDS. Q: Thank you for chatting with us today… Edmond Dentist Damon R. Johnson, DDS: Anytime, it’s my pleasure. Q: We are trying to share more […]

Finding Quality Nursing Care Starts Online, Says Stephen Samuelian

You know what’s best for your loved one. But, how do you know what to look for when choosing skilled nursing care? Here, Stephen Samuelian answers questions and offers advice to adult children seeking new living arrangements for their former caregivers. Oceans 2003: We are so pleased to have you with us today. Stephen Samuelian: […]

Careers in High Demand

While the job market remains tough, there are still hundreds of vocations that are in high demand. Below, find out which industries are searching for new talent despite the unemployment rate in the U.S. Business Jobs Market Research Analyst is one of the top growing jobs and a great career for those who want to […]

AAA: Holiday Season to Feature More Travelers on the Road

The 2014 holiday travel season is projected to be the busiest ever, according to national records. Lower gas prices and an improving economy are cited as the chief factors for this influx of travelers. AAA expects nearly 100 million Americans to travel upwards of 50 miles by air or car during the 2014 holiday season. […]

Stanford University Researchers Examine Connection Between Walking and Creativity

Researchers at Stanford University suggest going for a walk when trapped in a creative rut at the office. In a new study, Daniel L. Schwartz and Marily Oppezzo found that participants who took regular walks experienced an 81 percent increase in certain cognitive tests. A group of 176 people, most of them enrolled in university […]

Marla Ahlgrimm Reveals the Most Unhealthy Fall-Themed Foods

As Marla Ahlgrimm understands all too well, it requires serious willpower to step away from the kitchen table or the candy counter during the holiday season. Fall-themed treats are a major temptation for adults and children alike. Here, Marla Ahlgrimm advises readers against selecting many of the sweet and savory treats that mark the changing […]

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