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Stanford’s Health Matters happening on Saturday

kid on helicopterTomorrow, Stanford Medicine opens its doors to the public as part of its annual Health Matters event. On the agenda: medical and health talks (sample topics: how to stay healthy and injury-free while working out, what you need to know about heart disease prevention, and what researchers are learning about longevity and aging) and a series of interactive exhibits. Among those hands-on activities: cooking demonstrations and Q&As with Stanford nutritional experts, a meet-and-great of the stars of Stanford's canine wellness program, and the opportunity to hop on and learn more about the lifesaving technologies that happens in the Life Flight helicopter.

Parts of the event will be live tweeted; if you can't physically be here, follow along on @StanfordHealth all day.

Previously: Stanford Medicine’s community open house happening on May 16 and Stanford Medicine community gathers for Health Matters event
Photo by Alex Johnson

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