Friday Five Roundup: From online reputation for dentists to best email time

Oral Health Group

Jagmeet Singh Says NDP Open To Voting Against Throne Speech If It Doesn’t Address Issues Like Dental Care

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh says his party could vote against the upcoming throne speech if it doesn’t offer commitments to parts of the party’s platform, including a universal pharmacare plan.

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Marketing Land

LinkedIn Adds Data Validation to Sales Navigator

In addition to new integrations and features, Data Validation will sync data between users' CRM and LinkedIn, keeping contacts up-to-date.

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Science Daily

First Adult Molars are 'Living Fossils' That Hold a 'Health Record' Dating Back to the Womb

Researchers have found that a person's first permanent molars carry a life-long record of health information dating back to the womb, storing vital information that can connect maternal health to a child's health, even hundreds of years later.

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The Best Time to Send an Email (Research-Backed)

Here's a little exercise for you: Check the timestamps on the emails you've gotten in the past day. What have you found? For me, I noticed that most of my emails, especially my subscription emails, were sent between 9-10 AM, or 5-6 PM.

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Dentistry IQ

Simple Strategies for Improving Your Online Reputation

It's important for dentists to monitor their online reputations (reviews) regularly so that people looking for a new dentist will find generally positive reviews. This dentist shares how he does this.

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