The AAOSH is concerned that they can only get so far with this 'most important message ever', using the regular scientific and medical information outlets. Unfortunately, it just isn't common knowledge that oral health can add years to your life. "It's time to open new doors for the public and use new ways to communicate this message about the body-debilitating and life-shortening consequences of poor oral health," President Dr Chris Kammer  said.
Since one of the primary missions of AAOSH members is to "Shout It Out Loud" and communicate the importance of this mouth-body connection, they have borrowed the popular song title from the legendary rock group KISS as their rallying cry. The organization hopes to make it official as well; since adding a rock-and-roll theme to this life enhancing and life extending message will likely get it heard by more people in their public service announcements. "When lives are at stake, our group will go the distance to get the public's attention," continued AAOSH president Kammer . "That's what 'The Year of the Mouth" is all about."
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The American Academy for Oral Systemic Health (AAOSH) was founded in 2010. Comprised of a network of dedicated health care leaders, the organization is working to change professional and public behaviors and address the importance of oral health as it relates to whole body health. AAOSH will bridge the gaps among all health care professionals through unprecedented cooperation across all disciplines and professions based on sound research principles. They are passionate about elevating the quality of health care services and will work to communicate the mouth-body health link, so that millions of people worldwide can live healthier, longer and happier lives. AAOSH will also support a forum for rapid and accurate exchange of knowledge about the mouth-body connection to benefit all physicians, dentists, and other health care providers as well as the public. For more about AAOSH, please visit www.aaosh.com .