Health & Medicine

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Menopause Demystified: Cutting-Edge Information for Making Informed Decisions

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Marcia Stefanick, Ph.D., Professor (Research) of Medicine, Stanford Prevention Research
Shiroko Sokitch, M.D., Marin County Doctor
Nancy Milliken, M.D., Director, UCSF Women’s Health - Moderator Read more »

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Old Solutions for New Problems: The Relevance of Traditional Chinese Medicine Today

John Nieters, Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine; Certified in Integrated Diabetes Care, Xin Hua Hospital Read more »

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Bias in Drug Trials

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Lisa Bero, Professor, School of Pharmacy, UCSF Read more »

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How to Become the Healthiest Nation

Julie Gerberding, Director, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Only a nickel out of every medical-care dollar spent goes toward keeping Americans healthy, says Gerberding. She proposes changing the way we think about personal health care. Changes include making our communities healthier by creating more bicycle lanes and walkable sidewalks, making school lunches nutritious and banning smoking in public areas. Read more »

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Unlocking the Body's Hidden Treasures

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Christopher S. Lynch, CEO, Ancient Advantage

For 4,000 years, chi kung, meditation and tai chi have been used by people seeking to increase energy and unlock the body’s vibrant health. Of all the health trends today, self-care is by far the most promising, says Lynch. He will discuss and demonstrate a variety of practices that he says are simple but highly effective self-healing techniques. He will also address how these techniques can be customized. Read more »

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Cosmetic Surgery, from Blast Wounds to Brow Lifts (3/24/09)

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Roger Friedenthal, Chairman, Department of Plastic Surgery, CPMC Read more »

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Chronic Disease and Microbial Pathogenesis (4/21/09)

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Homer Boushey, Chief, Division of Allergy & Immunology, UCSF Read more »

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