Archive: March, 2011

Tamara Mariea Comments on Recent Article and Anticipated EPA Report

“Autism and learning disability rates in children have rapidly risen over the last two decades,” according to Tamara Mariea, in reference to previous Environmental Protection Agency reports. A new, long anticipated Environmental Protection Agency report , according to Tamara Mariea, will contain a list of pollutants. Tamara Mariea said that many of the pollutants on this roster are believed to contribute to neurological disorders and may be involved in the etiology of neurodevelopmental disorders.

Snodgrass-King Pediatric Dental Associates Report on Simple Sports Protection

The team at Snodgrass-King Pediatric Dental Associates says that youth sports are a fantastic outlet for children to test their boundaries, cooperate with peers and show off to their loved ones. As with any recreation, says a Snodgrass-King dentist, youth sports have certain risks that come with the territory. From football pads to soccer shin guards and everything in between, says Snodgrass-King, protective gear is a mainstay of most any sport.

Dr. David Snodgrass DDS Addresses Parents About Pediatric Dental X-Rays

Many people that come to consult with Dr. David Snodgrass DDS at Snodgrass-King Pediatric Dental Associates are visiting for the first time as parents. Dr. David Snodgrass DDS offers valuable information to parents bringing their children for dental visits. New visitors to the Snodgrass-King Pediatric Dental Associates are given a warm welcome and a brief orientation with the facilities.