What doctors wish patients knew about type 2 diabetes prevention
A prediabetes diagnosis or family history doesn’t mean type 2 diabetes is inevitable. A family physician shares advice on preventing type 2 diabetes.
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What doctors wish patients knew about seasonal affective disorder
Seasonal affective disorder is more than just the winter blues. It is a form of depression linked to changing seasons. A psychiatrist shares more.
What doctors wish patients knew about long COVID-19 brain fog
While brain fog is not a medical term, it is one of long COVID’s most misunderstood symptoms. Three physicians share how to manage brain fog.
7 steps women should follow to improve blood pressure control
Learn from AMA member physicians about what women should keep in mind to lower their blood pressure and reduce their risk for heart disease.
More intense exercise has stress-reducing benefits for med students
While medical students are physically active at an above-average level compared to peers, they aren’t maximizing their exercise intensity, a study finds.
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.
Top news stories from AMA Morning Rounds®: Week of Sept. 18, 2023
In the news: Added sugar raises CHD risk, morning exercise could improve weight loss, processed foods linked to depression and more.
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.