Cooked turkey can be kept in the refrigerator 3-4 days, and in the freezer 2-3 months- for best quality.

(Look it up below by clicking on a link.)

Another Question:  Is it OK to Put Hot Food Directly Into the Fridge?

Answer: It’s fine to place hot food directly in the refrigerator.

Don’t worry about overheating the fridge — as the U.S. Department of Agriculture points out, the refrigerator’s thermostat will maintain a safe temperature of 40° F or below.

What you do need to worry about is whether the hot food will cool off quickly enough to reach a safe temperature once it’s in the refrigerator. So never put deep containers of hot food in the refrigerator- place the hot food in shallow containers so it will chill quickly.

A large pot of soup or stew, for instance, should be divided into smaller portions and placed in smaller containers before being refrigerated. A large cut of meat or whole poultry should be divided into smaller pieces and wrapped separately or placed in shallow containers before refrigerating.

Here’s a complete safety guide for thousands of foods and beverages. You can keep this on your computer desktop where you can refer to it daily.
Click on any question for the answer:


The pioneer is the creator, the inventor, forges the routes, leaps the barriers and opens new worlds. The crusader watches and says, “I could have done it better”.

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Indira Gandhi, First woman Prime Minister of India 1980-1984
“My grandfather once told me that there were two kinds of people: those who do the work and those who take the credit. He told me to try to be in the first group; there was much less competition.” ~Indira Gandhi

Indira Gandhi was the first woman Prime Minister of India- 1980-1984



In short, LinkedIn is Business to Business (B2B) and the group members are sophisticated business people. You will make the best impression by demonstrating your expertise in your field, not by demonstrating your selling technique. Establish an image of being knowledgeable, honest and caring. Members will get to know you and (hopefully) look for your articles. They will get to trust you, welcome you and want to accept your advice. It may take a while to brand yourself but your success will grow. “Build a field and they will come.”
Here are some tips. 
Do adhere to the following simple tips and don’t underestimate your ROIT- Return on Investment of Time
Do– Present fresh ideas and material.
Don’t–  copy and paste someone else’s article unless you can add valuable input to it.
Do– Be a caring, humble educator.
Don’t– be a blatant self promoter. Members are busy and will skip right by an obvious “sale” post.
Do– Make your posts concise. Break your thoughts into easy to read paragraphs. Layout is important.
Don’t– make those seemingly endless, run-on sentences.
Do– You will be judged by your “appearance” so re-read your comment before you post it. Use a spell checker.
Don’t– write-off the “little” things. Obvious errors will be distractions from your message. You want to keep your reader focused.
Do– Make it an intriguing message opener. Use terms like “The Secret to ….” and “How to….”
Don’t– give the whole message here. Make the reader need to open the discussion.
3-17-15 LILinkedIn with its 330 million members offers an incredibly useful platform to network with potential business connections. In a short time I have built close to 2000 connections and I manage/own LinkedIn’s maximum of 10 networks. I am posting this discussion to share my experiences (trial and error) that have brought me new opportunities and much success. That’s it. I have nothing to sell you. I hope you find this useful.


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“And I’m proud to be an American where at least I know I’m free.
And I won’t forget the men who died, who gave that right to me.
And I’d gladly stand up next to you and defend her still today.
‘Cause there ain’t no doubt I love this land. God bless the U.S.A.”

                                           –Lee Greenwood

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10-5-14 GOLD RUSH 6Attending the Sleep Group Solutions training seminar on Sleep Dysfunctions in San Fransisco, a new team of dentists prospected for gold and found it there.
Dr. Marty Lipsey presented a two day comprehensive course which included:

  •  The science of sleep,
  •  Identifying the 34% of their patients who were Sleep Apnea victims,
  •  Patient Education,
  •  Case Presentation and Treatment Acceptance,
  •  Understanding and handling the comorbidities,
  •  Hands-on working with the popular Oral Appliances including TAP, Respire, EMA, Silent Night and others,
  •  Sleep Apnea Medical Insurance Codes, Fees, Billing Procedures.


These lucky dentists who struck it rich are now able to begin screening and treating their patients who desperately need their help.

Next up in Dental Sleep Medicine courses (16 CEU) :

          Pick your expert or city:

10th October 2014 Friday
11th October 2014 Saturday
Charleston, SC – Dr. Jeffrey Horowitz
17th October 2014 Friday
18th October 2014 Saturday
Washington, D.C. – Dr.George Jones
17th October 2014 Friday
18th October 2014 Saturday
Portland, OR – Dr. Barry Freydberg
24th October 2014 Friday
25th October 2014 Saturday
Philadelphia, PA – Dr. Damian Blum
24th October 2014 Friday
25th October 2014 Saturday
Dallas, TX –     Dr. Marty Lipsey
7th November 2014 Friday
8th November 2014 Saturday
Oklahoma City, OK – Dr. Damian Blum
7th November 2014 Friday
8th November 2014 Saturday
Atlanta, GA –    Dr. Marty Lipsey
14th November 2014 Friday
15th November 2014 Saturday
Hollywood, FL – ADVANCED Dr. Dan Tache’
14th November 2014 Friday
15th November 2014 Saturday
Boston, MA – Dr. Barry Freydberg

Read the course outline, see the speakers and register here to get your gold:

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Autumn Starts September 21st- Sleep Well!

Sleep soundly this fall- don’t sleep with sound.

8-3-14 SAW WOODIn denial, many people still ask, “What’s the big deal about snoring?” “Don’t most people snore?”

Snoring is disturbing and is a major cause of spousal alienation. Who can sleep with the sounds of a freight train two feet away from their ear? Spouses of snorers often have to move into separate bed rooms and sales are up of homes with two Master bed rooms.Snoring is, however, the most attention demanding WARNING SIGN of serious sleep dysfunction. 

It is the common denominator in the Sleep Apnea equation. Snoring, like pain, should sound an alert to us that there is something more serious to look for under the surface.

We continue to learn about more illnesses connected to Sleep Apnea


Researchers suggested a correlation between sleep apnea and increased cancer risk of any kind. A Cancer study of 1,240 participants who underwent colonoscopies found that those who slept fewer than six hours a night had a 50 percent spike in risk of colorectal adenomas, which can turn malignant over time. Another 2012 study identified a possible link between sleep and aggressive breast cancers. Ref: 2010 American Cancer Society Other serious ailments known to be tied to Sleep Apnea are:

Obesity, Dementia, Depression, Diabetes Mellitus, High Blood Pressure, Chronic Daytime Fatigue, Motor Vehicle Accidents

With an assortment of health threats like these, all Sleep Apnea related, we need to show more respect to snoring.

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“I’m thinking of taking the Dental Sleep Medicine training.”

How many great ideas have you had in your life that were exciting… seemed important to you… that had to be done… that could improve the world….that could improve YOUR world?  You thought about it, talked to confidants about it, put it off day after day and then, fssst! Gone! Forgotten, or worse, watched someone else do it and get the credit for it. You’re in good company; we are all procrastinators to some degree.  Me, too.
thinkerWhen there’s a good idea, it’s in “the air”.  A lot of people will think of it at the same time; but the person that takes action will be called the genius.   DSM is one of those “ideas”… it may be the best one you will have. There is a DSM bandwagon- JUMP ON IT!


  Hartford, CT –         Dr. Ely        September 12th and 13th
  Las Vegas, NV –      Dr. Lipsey     September 12th and 13th
  Chicago, IL –          Dr. Lipsey     September 19th and 20th
  Newark, NJ –          Dr. Blum        September 19th and 20th

More and more dentists are getting trained and implementing Sleep Apnea screening and treatment into their patient services. Are you going to wait and watch your colleagues become “sleep dentists”?

 “Action speaks louder than words but not nearly as often.”  Mark Twain
                                        IF IT’S A GOOD IDEA, DO IT NOW

 6-16-12 BUTTON #2

“Procrastination is the bad habit of putting off until the day after tomorrow what should have been done the day before yesterday.”   Napoleon Hill

The choice is yours; either way, next week YOU WIN!

The winners in this difficult economy will be those Dentists who are able to offer the combination of patient engagement and niche marketing.

On Fri. and Sat., August 15, 16, you can chose between training by two of the most respected Dental Sleep Medicine educators in the nation. Sleep Group Solutions presents:

Dr. Damian Blum in Boston, MA 

Dr. Dan Tache’ in Minneapolis, MN

.   Those Dentists who convince people that they understand their needs, truly care about them, and have a unique and essential service to offer, will stand out.  Patients’ priorities have changed. The money is still there. They are willing and ready to spend money on their priorities.


The current need and “buzz” is in discovering and treating sleep apnea.  Patients are asking their Dentists about sleep apnea. How comfortable are YOU with the answers? It is reported that less than 4% of practicing Dentists are able to assist the more than 50 million people who suffer from sleep apnea. There is a growing public awareness of the hazards that come from a nocturnal stoppage of breathing. Your patients are becoming increasingly more concerned about the blockage of oxygen to the brain and other organs. Strokes. Heart attacks. Diabetes. As a Care Giver, think of how you can serve. Serve an unfilled need.

Your patient doesn’t want to buy crowns and fillings. Your patient wants to buy YOU. Once a patient likes you, trusts you, believes in you, and knows you are REALLY concerned about them, they will want to accept your recommendations. BUILD RELATIONSHIPS.

Here’s a mnemonic for you to remember:

STAND UP for what you believe in. Be a complete healer.

STAND OUT with a unique and valuable service.




Congratulations to the members of Advance! Dental Study Group on LinkedIn. We have grown to 700 members in a very short time.  People like what you have to say; keep up the good work. 


Your contributions of discussion topics and comments are of large value to our community of dental professionals.

Join, learn, share and enjoy. This is  the fountain of knowledge. Stay thirsty, my friends.

11-26-13 DOS EQUOSI don’t always read my emails, but when I do, it’s from you, the Most Interesting Man (and Woman) in the World.

Sleep Apnea from A to Z with Dr. Marty Lipsey in Salt Lake City, UT on September 6th and 7th

Learn Sleep Apnea Medical Insurance Billing in Salt Lake City, Utah

 Dr. Lipsey is a recognized and highly respected authority on electronic medical billing and successful insurance coding and processing for Sleep Apnea services.

  This 2 day course, on 9/6 and 9/7, is designed to provide you with the knowledge to confidently return to your practice and immediately begin implementing new screening and treatment protocols.


In this 2 day Friday and Saturday seminar Dr. Marty Lipsey presents a Dental Sleep protocol from A to Z, including Medical Insurance billing- Codes, Fees and Procedures.

After the Seminar Dr. Lipsey will continue to Mentor you, giving you the confidence to be a Sleep Medicine Doctor.

 Read the 2-day course outline and register here:

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About Dr. Marty Lipsey the Instructor:

Dr. Marty Lipsey Dr. Marty Lipsey, received his DDS degree from UCLA and a Master of Science from Northwestern University Dental School. Dr. Lipsey is the founder of Dental Sleep Med Systems, offering dental teams assistance in implementing and/or improving their dental sleep medicine practices, including electronic medical billing and successful insurance coding and processing. Dr. Lipsey is also a Sleep Group Solutions Instructor, and teaches Dental Sleep Medicine regularly.