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A look back at Health Matters, Stanford’s community day

On a sunny Saturday late last month, more than 1,500 people came to campus for Stanford Medicine's annual Health Matters event. During the free community day, visitors attended talks, took part in interactive exhibits, and learned about the latest advances in medicine.

A few photos from the day are above. And for those wanting more, videos and podcasts of many of the talks -- on topics such as heart health, nutrition, sleep and vision science -- are now available online. Enjoy!

Previously: Don't think of heart disease as inevitable, Stanford expert saysStanford Medicine's free community event scheduled for May 20Videos and podcasts from Health Matters 2016 now available and Stanford Medicine's community day, Health Matters, in pictures
Photos by Linda Eaman for Bay Area Event Photography and Christopher Howard

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