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March 2021
Did COVID-19 affect your use of alcohol, tobacco, or marijuana? Here are 3 reasons why · Over first year of pandemic, confronting uncertainty with action at Stanford Medicine · Inside the brain: How cellphones lead to distracted driving · How long will a healthy older person live? A substance in blood may provide a clue
February 2021
Stanford launches large-scale surveillance of coronavirus variants in the Bay Area · Stanford nanoparticle COVID-19 vaccine shows early success in mice · “A personal hero”: Nurse cares for COVID-19 patients and colleagues · 4 steps to protect your kid's immunity
January 2021
How do the new COVID-19 vaccines work? · Colon cancer screening age drops to 45 · Low-cost, fast saliva test for COVID-19 · Closest innovation yet to an artificial pancreas
November 2020
How stress affects your brain and how to reverse it · Telehealth Visits and Advanced Technology Help Teen Diagnosed With Heart Condition during Pandemic · Sounding the mental health alarm: The psychological distress of living through a pandemic, and how to build resilience
October 2020
Arianna Huffington speaks about self-care during the pandemic · 5 Questions: Flu vaccination in a time of COVID‑19 · Now your neighbor in the East Bay
September 2020
Animated video helps kids weather the COVID-19 pandemic · Stanford experts recommend strict, costly approaches for reopening schools · The Dangers of Skipping Routine Vaccinations during COVID‑19
August 2020
Stanford Medicine trial to test favipiravir for treating COVID-19 outpatients · Black medical workers write, reflect on racism · Stanford Health Care can begin pooled testing for COVID‑19
July 2020
How you’ll be protected · New treatment that relieved depression in 90% of study participants · 5 Questions: Stanford scientists on COVID-19 mask guidelines
June 2020
We’re making it safe for you to care for your health · How to sleep better and feel less stressed while sheltering in place · How Stanford Medicine is reducing racial bias in healthcare
March 2020
How to protect yourself from coronavirus · Colorectal cancer may be striking more younger people · Social media addiction: It’s not as obvious as you might think
February 2020
Does someone in your family have heart disease? Here’s why you should get tested · Only 20% of people stick to their new years resolutions. What’s their secret? · Stanford Health Care – ValleyCare receives certification as primary stroke center
January 2020
Will an all-meat diet kill you or cure you? · How not to buy running shoes, according to science · Troubling symptoms but no clear diagnosis? Old patient records might hold the answer. · Stanford Hospital Named a Top Teaching Hospital by Leapfrog Group
December 2019
Stanford Hospital opens new technologically advanced facility · Scientists close in on a cure for the common cold · How to eat well while staying jolly · Taking depression seriously · The benefits of self-forgiveness
April 2019
Colon Cancer Screening · Are Standing Desks Really Better for You? · How to Find the Right Therapist · Cleaning Your Medicine Cabinet · Prepare your body for labor with exercise
February 2019
February is Heart Month · The Link Between South Asians and Heart Disease · Can Walking in Place Lead to Weight Loss? · A Big Victory for a Tiny Heart
December 2018
Is It Possible to Eat Healthy and Still Enjoy the Holidays? · Holiday Loneliness · Staying Healthy While Traveling · Stanford Children's Health wishes you a happy, healthy holiday season
August 2018
Expanded Care in Redwood City · Fear vs. Phobia · There’s a Scientific Reason for Hanger · Help Your Child Beat the Back-to-School Jitters
June 2018
Mindful Summertime Travel · Intermittent Fasting: Fad or Science-Based Diet? · Boost Your Iron While Vegan or Vegetarian · Urgent Care or the ER for Your Child?
May 2018
Food Sensitivities vs. Food Allergies · Varicose Veins Myths · May is ALS Awareness Month · Summertime Fun in the Sun
April 2018
April is National Donate Life Month · The Importance of Skin Checks · Stanford at the Winter Olympics · Physical Activity Can Fight Even Genetic Risks for Heart Disease
March 2018
March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month · Low Carb vs. Low Fat Diets · New Exercise Guidelines · 6 Facts About Celiac Disease
February 2018
February is American Heart Month · New Hope for Stroke Patients · Did You Know? · Heart Transplant Milestone
January 2018
New Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Now Open · Your Fitness Tracker May Not Be Helping · Aging Beautifully: Free Information Session · We’re Growing! · Should You Be Worried About the Flu?
December 2017
What Do the New Blood Pressure Guidelines Mean for Me? · Holiday Stress · Making & Sticking to New Year’s Resolutions · Feeling Sick-ish?
November 2017
November is Lung Cancer Awareness The Importance of Sleep · Opioid-Free Pain Relief · It’s Open Enrollment Time
September 2017
September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month · Traveling with Food Allergies · Emerging Treatments for Hair Loss
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