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New wing of Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital augments clinical scanning

Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford has the only standalone PET/MRI scanner in Northern California dedicated to pediatric patients. This means shorter study times, less time under anesthesia, and decreased doses of radiation. Plus kids can be distracted and entertained with child-frien...
Stanford Bioengineers Develop Simple Test for Preterm Birth Risk

Stanford Bioengineers Develop Simple Test for Preterm Birth Risk

Stanford Bioengineers Develop Simple Test for Preterm Birth Risk: A revolutionary new blood test for pregnant women helps predict premature birth with high reliability, a Stanford-led study reports: https://stan.md/2sPqetl

Harvest Café - Stanford Children’s Health

Our new Harvest Café was designed to combat the negative stereotype of hospital food. We want to ensure our patients, their families and our doctors, nurses and health care teams have healthy food selections that can lead to faster healing and better care. #GrowingTogether
San Ramon Valley Education Foundation Mini-Run and Health & We...

San Ramon Valley Education Foundation Mini-Run and Health & We...

San Ramon Valley Education Foundation Mini-Run and Health & We...: This just in! Video highlights from the San Ramon Valley Education Foundation Mini-Run and Health & Wellness Expo, where 500 mini runners got a jump start on a warm September day. The annual community event enco...

Hurricane Harvey Aftermath | How You Can Help Those Affected

As the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey continues in Houston, Texas, people across the country are looking for ways they can help. The Stanford Blood Center is contributing to #HurricaneHarveyRelief, and offers these suggestions on how the community can help.

Consider making an a...
Mythbuster: "I had a miscarriage. What did I do wrong?"

Mythbuster: "I had a miscarriage. What did I do wrong?"

Mythbuster: "I had a miscarriage. What did I do wrong?": #Mythbuster: “I had a miscarriage. What did I do wrong?” Ruth Bunker Lathi, MD, meets with hundreds of couples each year, and today she debunks this frequently cited misconception about pregnancy and #fert...

Stanford Mental Health Innovation Challenge - Stanford Children’s Health Blog

Teens from San Mateo and Santa Clara counties came together for the Stanford Mental Health Innovation Challenge, June 24 and 25.

“I’ve always thought mental health wasn’t recognized by society to the regard that it should be” Stephanie said. “And I’d never heard of a hackathon-type event tha...

Welcome Zena Kharsa, MD - Stanford Children’s Health Blog

On July 10, Zena Kharsa, MD will be joining the team at Stanford Medicine Women’s Health – Palo Alto.

“After completing my residency at Stanford these past four years, I couldn’t be more thrilled to remain a part of the Stanford Children’s family as I join Dr. Powar at Stanford Medicine W...

National Day of Action - Stanford Children’s Health Blog

As reported this week, according to the Congressional Budget Office, the Senate’s proposed measure would cause 22 million Americans to lose medical insurance over the next decade. In particular, it includes plans that would ultimately affect children. Physicians, patient families and health ...

Buster Posey of SF Giants Gives #BusterHugs to Patients

Buster Posey of the San Francisco Giants hit a home run with patients today, as he and wife Kristen visited with kids in the Bass Center. Patients received autographed special-edition Buster Posey Childhood Cancer Awareness baseball hats with the Giants team logo and a cancer awareness ribbon. The...

Adam Savage makerspace visit - Stanford Children’s Health Blog

Adam Savage, former host of Discovery Channel’s “Mythbusters,” recently visited our new makerspace as part of his national "Maker Tour" for Tested.com.

The #makerspace gives patients an opportunity to create solutions to problems that may impact them throughout their tr...

Prom night in the Wild West - Stanford Children’s Health Blog

Teens across the country look forward to prom every year. It is a momentous occasion that marks the end of the school year. But for patients at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford, #prom night is extra special.
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