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Stanford Medicine magazine's big reads of 2013

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The 10 most-read Stanford Medicine magazine stories published this year (as determined by pageviews on our website):

Almost without hope - Seeking a path to health on the Rosebud Indian Reservation: Tracie White's report on life in one of the hardest places in America to stay healthy — the Rosebud reservation in South Dakota.

Labor day - The C-section comes under review: An article by Julie Greicius explaining the rise of C-sections and why a decrease in how often the procedure is performed should be around the corner.

Microbe computers - Built from the stuff of life: A feature by Andrew Myers on the creation of a computer made of biological molecules that can run inside our cells.

Blood, sweat and fears - A common phobia’s odd pathophysiology: John Sanford's story about conquering blood phobia.

Against the flow - What’s behind the decline in blood transfusions?: Sara Williams explains the drop in transfusions — and why it's good news for health.

Leo and Frida - The doctor and the artist: A feature by Catherine Reef on the friendship between artist Frida Kahlo and Stanford surgeon Leo Eloesser, MD.

Too deeply attached - The rise of placenta accreta: Erin Digitale describes the epidemic of placenta accreta and how this potentially fatal condition affected one family.

Roll up your sleeve - There's still no substitute for blood: Jessica Shugart on why blood donation remains crucial.

In his blood - A doctor driven by hemophilia: Krista Conger profiles Holbrook Kohrt, MD, a physician who grew up with hemophilia and is dedicating his life to finding cures for life-threatening disease.

Priming the pumps - Debugging Dhaka’s water: Ruthann Richter tells how a trip to the slums of Dhaka, Bangladesh led to a radical solution for contaminated drinking water.

Previously: Stanford Medicine magazine's big reads of 2012 and Stanford Medicine magazine's big reads of 2011
Illustration (the cover of our special report "Blood at work") by Renphoto

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