Your smile is an important part of your personality, but it also affects your overall health. You can help prevent conditions like heart disease, respiratory infections and dementia by taking care of your smile and making oral care a priority. Mary’s Center dentist Dr. Brigitte White tells you how.
1. Good Home Care. Brushing in between meals and before bedtime is recommended for good oral health. Choose a fluoride toothpaste and be sure to floss and use a mouth rinse as well.
School is in full swing now, but participants in Mary’s Center’s Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) are still savoring the memories of their work experience this summer. More than 100 of our young people took part in the SYEP.
September is Baby Safety Month. Our pediatrician Dr. Jessica Schroeder, a mother of three, shares seven tips to keep your precious little one safe and healthy at home:
Mary’s Center Teen Program graduate Hermann lives his life with pep in his step and a smile on his face.
Originally from Cameroon, he has just finished his summer internship at Mary’s Center and started his sophomore year at Penn State University. He is studying there thanks to the Gates Millennium Scholarship, which covers tuition from undergrad through PhD.
Looking for a healthy snack? Mary’s Center dietitian Megan Mauer has some great suggestions!
It’s three in the afternoon and hunger strikes. You don’t want to prepare a whole meal and spoil dinner, yet you want something that will satisfy your hunger pains.
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