Stanford Medicine researchers showed that risk of dementia increases for people previously diagnosed with depression.
Stanford Medicine scientists devised a cancer imaging technology that opens doors to new research questions and precision medicine.
Al’ai Alvarez, MD, a night shift doctor, or nocturnist, illuminates the culture and environment of the emergency department at night.
Stanford Medicine researchers and leaders discuss the need for medical and health professionals to shape the creation of large language models.
Researchers developed a novel way to image inflammation in multiple sclerosis, a disease that is notoriously difficult to diagnose early.
Scientists explain a key difference between the spike-protein molecules generated by the SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccine and those the virus induces.
Leah Millheiser, MD answers basic questions, shares little-known facts and encourages doctors to learn about this biological phase.
Stanford Medicine researchers discover an "on-off" switch that powers tissue regeneration in axolotls, a type of salamander.
Stanford Medicine researchers find that with improved nutrition, female runners suffer less injuries and improve health overall.
Researchers at Stanford Medicine have shown that, globally, the rate of tuberculosis in prisons also drives tuberculosis in the community.
Researchers have mapped the human intestine at the level of individual cells, showing how cellular neighborhoods work together in the gut.
Researchers at Stanford Medicine have created a detailed map of how cells in the placenta change during pregnancy.
Al’ai Alvarez, MD, a nocturnist, explains how to take care of yourself when you’re on the overnight shift.
Stanford Medicine expert discusses the risks of cannabis addiction and how it impacts health, especially in young people.
A new study shows that some Tinder users access the the app to cope with negative emotions, but they may not find what they’re looking for.
Once a professional climber, Joe Forrester had a near-death experience that put him on a path to be a trauma surgeon at Stanford Medicine.