News articles classified as Medicine

Stanford Medicine —

Depression after stroke

Around a third of all stroke survivors develop depression. A biomarker in the blood suggests chemical changes could be the cause.

Stanford Children’s Health —

Understanding separation anxiety

The common developmental phase that usually peaks when babies are 10 to 18 months may recur when kids head off to preschool, says Stanford Medicine’s Gianna Frazee.

Stanford Medicine —

Leaders discuss AI, equity, aging, and cancer

Physicians and researchers described some of the most promising pursuits in the medical field at the first Big Ideas in Medicine conference.

Stanford Medicine Children's Health —

What to expect at your child’s yearly well visit

It’s a chance to check in about everything from developmental milestones and social-emotional well-being to sports, nutrition, and sleep, says Stanford Medicine’s Patty Sabey.

Stanford Engineering —

Treating mental health in the context of faith

Rania Awaad, who studies mental health in U.S. Muslim communities, says Islamic approaches offer lessons that can be applied in other religious and spiritual communities.

Stanford Medicine —

The myth of 98.6

Average body temperature is really about 97.9 degrees Fahrenheit, and what’s “normal” varies by age, sex, weight, time of day, and more, a new Stanford Medicine study finds.