What doctors wish patients knew about managing anxiety disorders
Everyone experiences anxiety at some point, but it becomes a medical problem when it seriously interrupts your life. Two psychiatrists share more.
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Medicine doesn’t stand still, and neither do we. AMA members don’t just keep up with medicine—they shape its future.
What doctors wish patients knew about appendicitis
There’s a pain in your abdomen. Is it something as simple as gas or is it appendicitis? Three emergency physicians share what to keep in mind.
8 things doctors wish patients knew about flu shots
To minimize the risk of surging influenza and COVID-19 cases this season, widespread immunization is vital. Learn more with the AMA.
What doctors wish patients knew about social isolation
Social isolation is a growing epidemic that can dangerously affect mental and physical health. Four physicians share how to combat social isolation.
Top health tips that your ob-gyn wants you to know
Check out this terrific advice from obstetrician-gynecologists that can help empower women to take charge of their health.
What doctors wish patients knew about prior authorization
AMA Immediate Past President Jack Resneck Jr., MD, explains how the cost-control practice delays care. Patients can help the AMA tackle prior authorization.
What doctors wish patients knew about bariatric surgery
Metabolic and bariatric surgery can help patients with obesity get healthier. Two AMA member obesity specialists share more.
10 things doctors wish women knew to manage their health
Learn from AMA member physicians about some priorities that women patients should keep in mind. Hint: It’s not all about diet and exercise.