Can bone loss indicate a risk for cancer?

This week, I had the unique experience of driving across Florida from Panama City to Jacksonville. I have to say it was much prettier than I expected and the people I’ve encountered have been wonderful.

Today I’m with another amazing client doing their private training workshop. But more than anything I’ve experienced this week, I’ve been so impressed with these two teams.  It takes a lot of courage and commitment to be willing to step out of your day-to-day comfort zone in order to take care to the next level.

One of my favorite quotes is “Life Begins at the End of Your Comfort Zone”.  And these dentists, hygienists, assistants and office administrators have taken the first step to breathe some life into their careers and the care they offer their patients. And often we need a REAL good reason to even make some small tweaks to the way we do things every day.

So here you go! This study shocked me when a colleague sent it to me.  Could bone loss create a 4-fold increase in head and neck cancer? This is a REAL good reason to take perio seriously. Click here and check it out.

Stay Inspired,

Rachel

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