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Videos and podcasts from Health Matters 2016 now available

Maya AdamThis spring, Stanford Medicine hosted its fourth annual Health Matters event at the Li Ka Shing Center for Learning and Knowledge. Nearly 1,500 people came to campus to attend talks, take part in interactive exhibits, chat with Stanford Medicine researchers and Stanford Health Care professionals and explore the latest advances in medicine.

This year's talks featured presentations on such topics as “Precision health for women: Why sex and gender matter," “Recharging the brain: How young blood might help reverse aging” and “Our relationship with food: How to make it a healthy one" with Maya Adam, MD, shown above.

If you weren't able to attend this year's event, or you want to re-watch your favorite talk, here's your chance: Videos of the 16 talks from are now available online. You can also listen to podcasts of talks via Stanford University's iTunes channel.

Previously: Health Matters: Stanford Medicine’s free community day returns to campus and Stanford Medicine’s popular Health Matters event returns to campus
Photo courtesy of Maya Adam

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