Commentary: Dentists need to be part of the opioid discussion

Dentists need proper training, especially on how to advise patients on pain management.

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Editorial cartoons for Thursday, April 18

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Editorial: State must cure poor funding of public health

The structure to allocate funds to health districts is in place; now, adequate funding is needed.

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Ignatius: Trump can use China’s stumble to U.S. advantage

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Monroe hospital levy’s improvements will use money carefully

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