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2016 ICOI Winter Symposium. Dr. Guttenberg has spent his life as an educator, and is speaking this weekend at the Winter Symposium for the International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI). The symposium brings dentists, students and staff from all over the world to come together to discuss the ever advancing world of dentistry, specifically the world […]
One of the most useful tools in the quest for productivity in office work is the use of keyboard shortcuts. The proper shortcuts can turn your keyboard from a writing tool into a command center for your computer. For Apple users, the proprietary keys can be daunting at first, but they offer a host […]
In a large recent study, statin drug therapy appears to increase the risk for type 2 diabetes by 46%. The greater the drug dosage, the increased likelihood of the diabetes. This is a higher risk than had been previously reported. Statins are a widely used class of medications for reducing cholesterol and have been […]
There were some who felt that making the HPV vaccine available to teenage girls would lead to risky sexual conduct. The latest research indicates that there was no difference in the incidence of sexually transmitted diseases between girls who were and were not vaccinated. This suggests that getting the vaccine does not impact sexual behavior.
From our very own Nationals Park – Dr. Guttenberg and the Washington Nationals want to say WELCOME to Opening Day!
Thank you Dr. Guttenberg and staff. Your professionalism and kindness made the procedure so much easier. I appreciate all you have done in the past few weeks and will highly recommend you. Sincerely, C.L.
In a recent article published in Frontiers in Psychology, researchers presented evidence that meditation may retard age related atrophy of the brain. Persons in the study who were long-term meditators experienced less loss of grey matter throughout their entire brain rather than in just the small regions which the investigators had anticipated.
As recently reported in the Journal of the American Medical Association, varenicline (Chantix) proved useful to help smokers who were not able or willing to abruptly stop smoking to actually quit the habit. For patients who want to stop smoking, we have been successfully prescribing Chantix for many years.
It is possible that a new compound may be useful as an AIDS vaccine in the future. It has been tested in monkeys and was able to block HIV infection. It is a positive finding but its use in humans still needs to be tested and evaluated.
Dr. Steven A. Guttenberg and The Washington Institute for Mouth, Face and Jaw Surgery would like to welcome you to the new blog and encourage you to share this link throughout your social media. This blog will provide headlines on current concerns, curiosities and breakthroughs in the world of modern medicine and public health. You will see […]