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University of Maryland School of Dentistry (UMSOD)

Before beginning his professional career in Easton, Maryland, William David Hill attended Mount St. Mary’s College in Emmittsburg, Maryland where he received a bachelor of science degree in biology in 1964. William David Hill also attended the University of Maryland School of Dentistry in Baltimore, Maryland, where he earned his DDS in 1969.

The University of Maryland School of Dentistry (UMSOD) has a long history of educating dental students, having operated for more than 175 years. The UMSOD features the Dr. Samuel D. Harris National Museum of Dentistry with several exhibits and collections of dental tools and artifacts that demonstrate the advancement of dentistry from its early beginnings.

The National Museum of Dentistry includes more than 40,000 objects, including the wooden teeth of George Washington and a variety of cartoon character tooth brushes. The museum is also includes a library that is filled with plenty of educational resources to help those who are studying or want to …
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Exercising With Golf

In addition to his current position as the president and CEO of Caulk Management Company, Maryland-based William David Hill was the CEO of William Hill Manor and Easton Bancorp, Inc. In his free time, William David Hill enjoys playing golf.

Both an exercise and a competitive sport, golf presents many health benefits for its players. Golf serves as a great option for cardiovascular workouts because golfers have the opportunity to walk while playing, in spite of golf carts being available. In terms of weight loss, playing a normal 4 to 8 mile course with 18 holes can burn up to 2,400 calories.

The sport helps players improve both their physical and mental condition, increase their life span, and improve their sense of balance. The game also helps improve one’s strength and physical endurance.

Because of its moderately intense nature compared to other sports such as basketball and football, the sport is not limited to any age. Golfers can start as early as age three and some may still be ab…