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Delevan dental staff give smiles in multiple ways Dec 26, 2016 Photo Submitted Shown (from left) are Dr. David Cappuccio, dentist; Liz Simons and Sarah Roof, dental assistants. DELEVAN The staff at the Delevan Health and Dental Center gave a recent patient more than one reason to smile this holiday season. Staff members became close to the patient after multiple visits to complete his denture work. They learned his bicycle was his only means of transportation. Otherwise, he walked, even in poor weather conditions. He worked hard for everything he had. His attitude was always positive despite what life threw at him. During one dental visit a few weeks ago, Sarah Roof, dental assistant, learned that the patients bike had been stolen after he rode it into the woods so he could go hunting. With no phone or transportation, he walked home that night. Days later, he found his bike in a ditch, damaged beyond repair.
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Find out what’s happening in the world as it unfolds. Common causes ta of death, by county What are major causes of death in your county? New data show surprising trends and differences in county-level mortality rates across the United States. Click on your state and select your county to find leading causes of your death in your neighborhood, with mortality rates measured by the number of deaths per every 100,000 people. Sources: “US County-Level Trends in Mortality Rates for Major Causes of Death, 1980-2014″ (CNN) A study check that published in December in the journal JAMA revealed the major causes of death for counties across the United States . For the study, researchers analyzed death records from the National Center for Health Statistics’ National Vital Statistics System. The records included data on 80,412,524 US deaths that occurred from 1980 through 2014. After taking a close look at which causes of deaths occurred in which counties, the researchers found trends in how many deaths were due to tumors; cardiovascular disease; diabetes and diseases that affect the urinary tract, genitals, blood, thyroid or pancreas; neurological disorders; suicide and violence; chronic respiratory diseases; transportation-related injuries; mental and substance disorders; chronic liver diseases; and infectious cheers diseases.
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