One mother shares why the palliative care program has become a staple in her whole family’s care plan.
Most of us will make a New Year’s resolution – maybe to lose weight, quit smoking or drink less – but only one in 10 of us will achieve our goal. This story is about a group of colleagues at Stanford Children’s Health who worked more than year to eat right and improve their health.
Stanford clinicians collaborate with the community and how you can help this holiday season.
We know Halloween is a special time for kids to dress up as their favorite super hero, princess or scary zombie while getting their hands on those coveted goodies. But with all of the excitement that comes with this festive time of year, it’s important to be aware of how to keep kids safe.
Whether your child is entering kindergarten or heading off to high school, the beginning of the school year is a good time to schedule your child’s annual physical.
More than 35 patients and their families turned out for Stanford Children’s Health’s 1st Annual Craniofacial Team Picnic on June 6 to connect with one another in an enjoyable and supportive environment.
Our implantable cardioverter defibrillator team provides lifesaving support for young people like Reina Villarreal, who suffers from an abnormal heart rhythm.
Students at Stanford’s d.school collaborate with neonatologist William Rhine, MD, to look at new elements of design in the NICU environment.
With the days of summer vacation soon coming to an end, parents are getting in gear to send their kids back to school. Along with stocking up on school supplies and buying new clothes, it’s also a good time to think about their health needs.