A Day in the Life: Columbia Computer Science Student

A Day in the Life: Columbia Computer Science Student

Stanford’s Beth Darnall, PhD, on “Unlocking the Medicine Box in Your Mind”

Stanford’s Beth Darnall, PhD, on “Unlocking the Medicine Box in Your Mind”

Dr. Darnall is a clinical associate professor in the Pain Division Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative, Pain Medicine here at Stanford. She’s a co-chair of the American Academy of Pain Medicines Task Force on pain psychology to really transform how we view pain psychology in this …

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🚫My College Application REGRETS: Why I Got Waitlisted at Harvard, Stanford, Yale++ | Katie Tracy

🚫My College Application REGRETS: Why I  Got Waitlisted at Harvard, Stanford, Yale++  | Katie Tracy

Your Health: Familial Hypercholesterolemia with Stanford Cardiologist Joshua Knowles, MD, PhD

Your Health: Familial Hypercholesterolemia with Stanford Cardiologist Joshua Knowles, MD, PhD

FH is also called familial hypercholesterolemia and it is a condition that results from the body’s inability to clear high cholesterol from the blood. This results in startlingly high cholesterol levels. So, an ideal cholesterol is less than one hundred and thirty milligrams per deciliter. …

Stanford’s Heather Poupore-King, PhD, on “Pain Management is a Team Sport”

Stanford’s Heather Poupore-King, PhD, on “Pain Management is a Team Sport”

DR HEATHER POUPORE-KING: I’m going to be talking about pain management as a team sport today. So we heard this morning from Dr. Mackey about the Institute of Medicine report and the national pain strategy. And the takeaway message from both of those reports was …

Why I Went into Medicine: Frank Longo, MD, PhD

Why I Went into Medicine: Frank Longo, MD, PhD

What was it that drew me into medicine? Perhaps stubbornness. I have a sister one year younger than I am who was born with cerebral palsy, My mother’s a nurse and when I asked why the doctors couldn’t make my sister walk, my mother patiently …