Anderson Dental Care September 2019

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ANDERSON DENTAL CARE Nathan Brooks, DDS, Inc.

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THE SIMPLE TOOTH FUN FACTS ABOUT THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER!

BABIES, HOROSCOPES, AND BIRTHSTONES!

If you’ve liked our Facebook page, you probably already know about our awesome Tuesday Trivia competition that takes place (almost) every week. If not, be sure to check inside the newsletter for instructions on how to play. Because our clients love these weekly trivia questions, our team at Anderson Dental Care decided to help expand your knowledge with some fun facts about the month of September!

Interestingly, more people are born in September than any other month. Two zodiac signs are associated with this month: Virgo and Libra. People born from Sept. 1– 22 are considered Virgos and are known in the horoscope world for their innate compassion and understanding. Those born during the last week of the month are Libras and are regarded as harmony-driven and organized. While Virgos and Libras have differing personalities, they both celebrate their birthday with the same gemstone: the sapphire.

THE NINTH OR THE SEVENTH MONTH?

Here in the U.S., we regard September as the ninth month in the year, and, according to the Georgian calendar, we are correct. However, during the time when the Roman calendar was used, September was known as the seventh month, since the new year officially started in March. In fact, the name September stems from the old Roman word “Septem,” which translates to “seven.” Additionally, the month of September had 29 days at one point and 31 days at another, but, since the time of the emperor Augustus, it has stayed at 30 days.

GOD OF FIRE

The Romans believed the month of September was tended to by Vulcan, the god of fire and forge. The primary beliefs of this god associated him with the destructive and fertilizing powers of fire. That’s why the Romans often feared September; they worried it would bring destruction to their harvest. They often expected earthquakes, fires, and even volcanic eruptions to occur this month.

Be sure to check out our November edition for some more fun facts!

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