Articles for Tag: "American Medical Association"

What docs can do to prevent physician burnout 
What docs can do to prevent physician burnout
Two doctors offer tips on preventing burnout and share why they still love working in health care.
How I became the doctor I am today 
How I became the doctor I am today
More than 10 years ago, Dr. Enrique Saguil quit his job as a doctor, here’s how he says that decision made him the doctor that he is today.
Could lowering current blood pressure target save lives? 
Could lowering current blood pressure target save lives?
A study suggests that people may benefit from blood pressure levels lower than those currently recommended.
What you don’t know about diabetes could hurt you 
What you don’t know about diabetes could hurt you
Are you one of the 77,000,000 Americans with prediabetes?
AMA wants tougher rules on e-cigarettes 
AMA wants tougher rules on e-cigarettes
The American Medical Association says the government needs to do more to curb use among minors.
AMA votes to lift lifetime ban on gay blood donors 
AMA votes to lift lifetime ban on gay blood donors
In the past week, the American Medical Association has made headlines with some key votes, including the reversal of a decades-long policy banning gay men from donating blood.
Obesity declared a disease by doctors 
Obesity declared a disease by doctors
The American Medical Association voted this week to officially recognize obesity as a disease. So what does this mean?