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Dec 2017

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What Do the New Blood Pressure Guidelines Mean for Me?

In November updated guidelines were released regarding what constitutes high blood pressure. What does this mean for you and what can you do? Randall Stafford, MD, PhD, Director of the Program on Prevention Outcomes at Stanford was one of the experts who helped develop these new guidelines. Here he discusses what these new numbers mean.

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Holiday Stress

While the holidays are generally a time of joy, for many people they can also cause a lot of stress. One of our psychiatrists, Amy Poon, MD, discusses tips for dealing with holiday stress as well as how to support loved ones who may be dealing with holiday stress.

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Making & Sticking to New Year’s Resolutions

Do you make the same resolutions year after year vowing that this year will be the one where it will “stick”? It turns out you may have been approaching it all wrong. Kelly McGonigal, PhD, a lecturer in Stanford’s Graduate School of Business, says the types of resolutions we make, and our intention may be the key to making resolutions that stick.

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Feeling Sick-ish?

Did you know that Stanford Health Care has two Express Care clinics that can help treat minor illnesses and injuries 7-days a week? Our Express Care team can see you Monday-Sunday 9am-9pm by same-day appointment. Available in Palo Alto and San Jose.

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myHealth Tip

Did you know that Stanford Health Care offers a patient portal? It’s an easy way to quickly communicate with your care team, pay bills and more.

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Did You Know?

Flu season is approaching. Talk to your primary care provider about getting a flu shot for you and your family.

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