You preflight your airplane, but how often do you check yourself to make sure you are safe to fly? Before every flight, ensure that I M SAFE. Dr. Jonathan Sackier explains.
One expert says the FAA is wrong on how it wants to determine who might be at risk for obstructive sleep apnea.
Keeping your blood pressure in check is critical to maintaining your health and your medical certificate, says Dr. Jonathan Sackier.
Hearing loss and protection for pilots.
Dr. Jonathan Sackier explains why you might need more oxygen when flying.
Dr. Jonathan Sackier on the importance of drinking and eating the right stuff when you are flying.
Depression can even strike pilots. But the FAA has changed regulations to allow special issuance certification for pilots using certain anti-depressant medications. Dr. Jonathan Sackier reports.
The conclusion of Dr. Jonathan Sackier's list of things pilots do that can lead to a denial of a medical certificate.
The FAA won't tell you, but AOPA can. Our exclusive online database of the specific medications that can disqualify you from getting a medical certificate.
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