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Documents pilots need to provide for conditions AMEs can issue

Article | Jul 05, 2013

Dr. Warren S. Silberman offers pointers on what you need to get your treating physician to provide to you prior to visiting your AME if you have glaucoma, chronic hepatitis C, hypothyroidism, or hypertension.

Fly Well: The grim reaper versus $49

Pilot Magazine | Jul 01, 2013

What will likely kill you? Heart disease--the most common cause of death in America. "But I eat well, exercise, and don't smoke, so I'm OK, right?" That ain't necessarily so.

The FAA and depression

Article | Jun 17, 2013

Get up to speed on the FAA's policy guidelines for the use of "antidepressants" and medical certification.

Life Line Screening, AOPA partner to help pilots keep medicals

Article | Jun 11, 2013

Life Line Screening, the leading provider of community-based preventive health screenings in the United States, has increased its support of AOPA and the association’s efforts to help pilots retain their medical certificates.

Life Line Screening Supports AOPA's Pilot Medical Initiatives

Article | Jun 11, 2013

Life Line Screening, the leading provider of community-based preventive health screenings in the United States, has increased its support of the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) and AOPA’s efforts to help pilots retain their medical certificates.

Wind Beneath Their Wings

Pilot Magazine | Jun 01, 2013

The robust young pilot who stands with his father and their aircraft in this photo is not as he seems. Although he is an extremely healthy 18-year-old, Jim Rollison has a genetic heart defect and, without the attention of some doctors throughout his life, he might not be here.

Conditions AMEs can issue: Detailed requirements

Article | May 31, 2013

Your aviation medical examiner can issue a medical certificate in the office if you have certain conditions.

Guide to AOPA's new website

Article | May 29, 2013

AOPA's new website design and the technology powering it are geared to make it easier for you to find aviation information. Check out this guide to quickly become acquainted with the new website.

The ‘list that doesn’t exist’: FAA-allowed medications

Article | May 17, 2013

The FAA does not publish an official list of medications that are considered appropriate for aviation activities. But AOPA has one.

FAA’s take on sleep medications

Article | May 13, 2013

Need a good night's sleep? Before taking medication to help you fall asleep, consider the type of medication, potential aeromedically adverse side effects, and any underlying medical condition.

Medical application: Medical disability benefits?

Article | May 07, 2013

Question 18.y. in the FAA medical application form asks if the applicant has ever had medical disability benefits. How does the FAA want you to respond to this question and what does it want your AME to do if you had a positive response?

AOPA enhancing website, member database

Article | May 02, 2013

In the coming weeks, AOPA will be transitioning to a redesigned website and a new membership management system in an effort to enhance your interaction with the association online.