We have received many questions about the novel coronavirus outbreak. We’re sharing current knowledge about testing for COVID-19.
COVID-19 continues to be a significant health concern. We want to remind you of steps you can take to keep yourself and your loved ones safe.
Dr. Mal McAninch has been a much-loved, highly dedicated and effective internist in Portland for many years. After a long career of helping patients, Dr. McAninch is retiring.
We have now seen several patients who have tested positive for COVID-19. We’re answering your questions about how the symptoms of COVID-19 might present.
Things are changing rapidly. We are now at a critical point with the coronavirus spread in Oregon and across our country. One of the best weapons we have to combat the spread of this virus is to physically distance ourselves from others.
We’d like to address some of the uncertainty and unsettling news and information regarding the coronavirus outbreak in our community and across the world. Infection with the coronavirus can cause a range of illnesses from common cold symptoms to severe pneumonia requiring assistance with breathing and, sadly, some patients are dying from this infection.
AIM Health, in SW Portland, is honored to announce its continued growth as a concierge clinic and the addition of its newest physician, Dr. Summer Lam.
The holidays can be one of the best times of the year. The family, the friends, the memories, and the food can all make this time of year special. Often, we jump from party to party and our days revolve around rich and indulgent foods. It can be hard to resist food during the holidays…
Flu season is here. Every year Americans miss almost 111 million workdays because of the flu. Approximately 5-10% of the population will get the flu this year. Here are the top five ways to prevent the flu and stay healthy: 1. Avoid close contact with people who are sick Staying away from people who are…
Daylight savings is a reminder that spring is right around the corner and the short winter days are behind us. This change in time can cause disruptions to our circadian rhythm (our body’s internal clock), creating a lack of sleep. Here are some tips to prepare your body for the change in time.