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Top news stories from AMA Morning Rounds®: Week of Aug. 17, 2020
In the news: Young adults becoming main drivers of new coronavirus infections and more.
Streamlined approach helps physicians keep up with obesity education
With educational conferences cancelled or postponed due to COVID-19, discover these new resources to help you remain current on obesity medicine.
4 ways to help patients with chronic disease make dietary changes
Many of the comorbid conditions associated with COVID-19 and its complications are diet related. This is how physicians can help.
Doctor’s mnemonic boosts holistic management of type 2 diabetes
When it comes to caring for his patients with type 2 diabetes, Tony Hampton, MD, takes a different route: focusing on the root cause of the disease. Learn more.
Try these ideas to help patients drop those quarantine pounds
COVID-19 stay-at-home orders should not cause patients’ devotion to nutrition and fitness to fall by the wayside. Learn how physicians can help their patients eat healthy and remain active.
Why smarter self-care is a win-win for doctors—and their patients
While system-level solutions to prevent physician burnout are most effective, self-care such as healthy eating can also play a role. Find out more from the AMA.
HEROES Act: What physicians and medical students need to know
The AMA offers highlights on the latest bill in response to COVID-19: "Health and Economic Recovery Omnibus Emergency Solutions Act” (HEROES Act).
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