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Stanford Health Care

MAR 2022

The future of COVID-19

What does it mean for a virus to become endemic? How long does immunity from vaccination or infection last? Do you still need to wear a mask? When will this all end? Two years into the pandemic, Stanford Medicine scientists explain what we know — and still donʼt know — about living with COVID-19.

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Bringing medical accuracy to ‘Grey’s Anatomy’

Every near-death scene, complex surgical procedure, or heroic resuscitation in “Grey’s Anatomy” is vetted by a team of real-life doctors, among them Stanford neurosurgery resident Dr. Adela Wu.

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Solutions to the opioid crisis

Unrestrained profit-seeking and regulatory failure instigated the opioid crisis 25 years ago and little has been done since then to stop it, according to psychiatrist Dr. Keith Humphreys, lead author of a new report offering in-depth solutions to the crisis.

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How the Epstein-Barr virus triggers multiple sclerosis

A new study found that part of the Epstein-Barr virus, a common type of herpes virus, mimics a protein made in the brain and spinal cord, leading the immune system to mistakenly attack the body’s nerve cells.

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Q&A: All things sleep

Sleep is the all-powerful, sometimes elusive, rejuvenation we need — but what's the science behind our nightly rest? Why do we dream? Is snoring normal? Should we do away with Daylight Saving Time? Sleep scientist Dr. Rafael Pelayo answered these questions and more in a recent AMA.

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Explore conditions and treatments.

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The Minor Consult

What does it take to lead on society’s most pressing issues? Find out in Stanford School of Medicine Dean Dr. Lloyd Minor’s new podcast.

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PrEP Youth Program

Stanford Children’s Health offers HIV prevention services, including pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), to adolescents and young adults up to age 25.

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Colon Cancer

The most effective way to reduce your risk of colon cancer is with screening. Start at age 45, or earlier if you’re at high risk.

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NFLPS President

Dr. Tim McAdams, Stanford Medicine sports medicine surgeon and head team physician for the San Francisco 49ers, will serve for the next two years as President of the NFL Physicians Society (NFLPS).

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myHealth Tip

You can view your medical records in MyHealth.

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5K, 10K & Kids Fun Run

Join the annual Stanford Medicine My Heart Counts walk and run celebrating life, heart health, and wellness.

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