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The 411 on the 911

Impressive would be one way to describe it. A long time coming would be another. As many of you know, I joined the Stanford faculty back in 1991, before there was even an Emergency Medicine residency training program

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Peek A Boo.

If you get the daily emails from The Almanac Online and Palo Alto Express you will have seen our new advertising campaign. We’re highlighting the few spaces we have remaining in Pediatrics during this season of Open Enrollment.

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Winter is Coming: ‘Blok’ the Flu

Along with many lovely things, Fall marks the beginning of flu season. The most recent annual statistics compiled by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are concerning. For the 2018-19 flu season, only about 45% of

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Nutrition On-the-Go

Whether you travel for work or fun, making positive food choices can be challenging. However, traveling is not an excuse to throw good habits out the window, especially if you are actively trying to make positive changes. Below

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What is Wellness?

As an acupuncturist, many people tell me they want to try acupuncture, but nothing is wrong with them. I usually say that’s “great!” and leave it at that. In truth, however, I’m pretty sure I can find something

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Open Enrollment and Pediatrics

We’re entering Open Enrollment season for health insurance — the time during which individuals and employees can add or make changes to their existing coverage. When your open enrollment window opens, take advantage of any resources made available

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Recommended Reading

I want to give a big shout out an important book entitled How Your Story Can Set You Free, written by Heather Box and Julian Mocine-McQueen. Heather is the niece of a very good friend, who writes that

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