The interpreter facilitates communication involving vital details of a patient’s care and helps navigate very complex conversations in our hospital’s often-complicated medical cases.
The Wang family is truly one in a million.
On June 5, the Pacific Art League in downtown Palo Alto was buzzing with excitement as some talented young photographers displayed their works of art.
Integrating mindfulness into regular curriculum in the Ravenswood City School District
Groundbreaking food allergy research at Stanford University School of Medicine and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford has received a major boost through the creation of a challenge grant by Jeff and MacKenzie Bezos. Severe food allergies are a growing epidemic, with rates having doubled in the last decade. One out of every 13 children is affected, and over 30 percent are thought to have allergies to more than one food.