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Approximately 10% of babies worldwide are born three or more weeks before their due date -- making premature birth the leading cause of death for children under 5 globally.

Approximately 10% of babies worldwide are born three or more weeks before their due date -- making premature birth the leading cause of death for children under 5 globally.

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Despite being the leading cause of death worldwide, heart disease feels less threatening than cancer and inspires less urgency in patients and providers. A Stanford cardiologist explains how we should react instead.

Despite being the leading cause of death worldwide, heart disease feels less threatening than cancer and inspires less urgency in patients and providers. A Stanford cardiologist explains how we should react instead.

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Quenton Rashawn Bubb continues to value the complex, complementary nature of work on parallel paths -- not just as a musician/academic, but now on the path to his career.

Quenton Rashawn Bubb continues to value the complex, complementary nature of work on parallel paths -- not just as a musician/academic, but now on the path to his career.

As the health care industry grapples with the best way to use artificial intelligence technologies to improve care, many clinicians may wonder what happens if patients are harmed, and who should be held liable.

As the health care industry grapples with the best way to use artificial intelligence technologies to improve care, many clinicians may wonder what happens if patients are harmed, and who should be held liable.

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Nationwide, the percentage of health care visits for flulike symptoms ticked up above the baseline at the start of November and has remained elevated ever since, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Nationwide, the percentage of health care visits for flulike symptoms ticked up above the baseline at the start of November and has remained elevated ever since, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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Over the last decade, physicians have taken a broader view of adolescent eating disorders, thanks to a growing recognition of the variety of disordered eating patterns that can harm patients’ health, especially their heart function.

Over the last decade, physicians have taken a broader view of adolescent eating disorders, thanks to a growing recognition of the variety of disordered eating patterns that can harm patients’ health, especially their heart function.

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We share the stories and videos published in 2023 on our News Center, Scope and Stanford Medicine magazine sites that resonated most with our readers online and on social media.

We share the stories and videos published in 2023 on our News Center, Scope and Stanford Medicine magazine sites that resonated most with our readers online and on social media.

Stanford Medicine researchers are helping patients use AI image-generation software as part of a unique study that aims to quantify how creating art aids patients in their recovery.

Stanford Medicine researchers are helping patients use AI image-generation software as part of a unique study that aims to quantify how creating art aids patients in their recovery.

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Clinical fellow Alex Zimmet, MD, a member of Stanford Medicine’s antimicrobial stewardship team, discusses why antibiotic overuse is a problem and how you can help combat it.

Clinical fellow Alex Zimmet, MD, a member of Stanford Medicine’s antimicrobial stewardship team, discusses why antibiotic overuse is a problem and how you can help combat it.

Many people mistakenly assume that because Ronit Mazzoni has been blind since birth, her career choice must have been related to her condition.

Many people mistakenly assume that because Ronit Mazzoni has been blind since birth, her career choice must have been related to her condition.

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New artificial intelligence tools have the potential to revolutionize health care. But Stanford researchers argue that disparities could worsen without intervention now.

New artificial intelligence tools have the potential to revolutionize health care. But Stanford researchers argue that disparities could worsen without intervention now.

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