If you’ve ever hiked Machu Picchu, climbed Kilimanjaro, or even skied some particularly intense slopes, you might be familiar with altitude sickness. It’s a common ailment — studies show that 25 percent of people show signs of it at elevations as low as 8,000 feet. In its most benign form, altitude sickness can put a damper on your vacation plans.
An estimated 83 percent of adults drink coffee—most on a daily basis. Whether you intend to kick the habit for good, or simply take a break, these suggestions will help you face the day without coffee.
Welcome to our new Edition of the AMC Newsletter, which continues the themes of healthy lifestyle. In the past five years the increasing importance of lifestyle in health has become one of the most debated topics in medicine and in the popular press there are daily articles on how lifestyle can improve health.
What’s worse than getting a Pap test? Getting the news that your Pap is abnormal. This guide will help you understand the various types of Pap abnormalities and what sort of follow-up tests and treatments they require.
Holiday season is in full swing and whether you’re psyched for your annual office party or are dreading an awkward family dinner, you’ll probably be hitting up a ton of social events. Which leads to enjoyment of a cocktail or a glass of wine… or two. Or more?