American Medical Centers is producing specific information about returning to work, school and kindergarten and the following points are of general advice.
The European Commission has come up with guidelines and recommendations to help countries coordinate the safe lifting of travel restrictions.
When your immune system is on point, it’s a lifesaver. But as good as it may be, it’s not perfect. Sometimes, this group of special cells, tissues, and organs don’t act the way it should.
Used properly, most common household disinfectants will kill the virus that causes COVID-19.
American Medical Centers Tbilisi has begun issuing official COVID-19 Health Certificates. You may require a Covid-19 Free Document on returning to work or travel. The AMC’s COVID-19 Health Passport will certify that you do not have an active COVID-19 infection and / or you are immune to SARS-CoV-2.
This protocol will include ideas on the many ways to support your immune system. We hope this will help you reduce the risk of acquiring the coronavirus or reduce the severity or duration of an infection. We will focus on the value of healthy lifestyle—including sleep, stress management, dietary approaches, and supplements.
Thank you for staying with us in this rough time. Quarantine can be beneficial to start taking care of ourselves. That ultimately means — to emerge with a brand new level of immunity.
With a continuing number of cases of Wuhan virus – some 7,711 in China there is obviously continued concern about the spread of virus, although to date very few cases have been diagnosed in Europe and none in the countries where AMC Clinics operate – Ukraine, Georgia and Kazakhstan.
Turkey is a popular meat that boasts high-quality protein, B vitamins, selenium, zinc, and phosphorus.
It may support various aspects of health, including muscle growth and maintenance, due to its rich supply of nutrients.
Flu Season 2019-2020. What viruses will the 2019-2020 flu vaccines protect against?
There are many different flu viruses and they are constantly changing. Flu vaccines protect against the three or four viruses (depending on the vaccine) that research suggests will be most common. For 2019-2020, trivalent (three-component) vaccines are recommended to contain: