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'Tis the season for holiday events and work parties, but for people with social anxiety, the idea of going to these gatherings is stressful. Stanford psychiatrist Dr. Keith Humphreys offers advice on why it may be in a person’s best interest to go. » [ Bit.ly Link ]

6 Tips For Tackling Holiday Parties When You Have Social Anxiety

Stanford Health Care
12/08/2016 at 22:50. Facebook
Most of the photos you see on this Facebook Page, and many of the Stanford Health Care photos you’ve seen over the years, were taken by Norbert von der Groeben. He was our photographer, our trusted colleague, and most importantly, a dear friend. Norbert passed away suddenly on Sunday. He was a distinctive figure: he stood 6 feet 4 inches tall and wore an impressively large burden of cameras...
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Stanford Health Care
12/08/2016 at 18:28. Facebook
Most of us sleep the same way. Collapse into bed in the late evening, then spend the next 8 hours -- if we're lucky -- dreaming and snoring until the alarm rings. Some folks break up their slumber into two or more shifts. But is it healthy? » [ Wb.md Link ]

What Is Segmented Sleep?

Stanford Health Care
12/08/2016 at 02:10. Facebook
Cuddles and handshakes were on hand at Stanford Hospital today! Stanford's pack of PAWS dogs came to spread holiday cheer and to comfort patients and caregivers. Learn more about the PAWS program: [ Shc.is Link ]

Instagram photo by Stanford Health Care • Dec 7, 2016 at 7:45pm UTC

Stanford Health Care
12/07/2016 at 18:07. Facebook
Recreational marijuana legalization in California and seven other states leaves many unanswered questions. Stanford's Robert MacCoun, PhD, has some of the answers » [ Stan.md Link ]

The Health Effects Of Legalizing Marijuana: A Q&A With A Stanford Drug Policy Specialist | Scope Blog

Stanford Health Care
12/06/2016 at 20:00. Facebook
The first time Sandra Bachman returned to Stanford Hospital after being a patient, she had to hold her breath because the trauma of her health scare came back. Today, she can be found pushing a cart of flowers through the hospital, smiling ear to ear, delivering flowers to lonely patients. Her story » [ Shc.is Link ]
Stanford Health Care
12/06/2016 at 00:40. Facebook
Among many unseen forces driving the opioid crisis is the complex psychological dance between doctor and patient » [ Bit.ly Link ]

The Compassionate Doctor, the Narcissistic Injury, and the Prescription...

Stanford Health Care
12/05/2016 at 17:51. Facebook
David D. Jones will join Stanford Health Care as the Chief Human Resources Officer. With three decades of experience in all aspects of health care-related human resources, he is currently Vice President of Human Resources for Kaiser Permanente's Health Information Technology organization. » [ Shc.is Link ]

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Getting enough sleep may be low on the totem pole in our busy modern world, but the health consequences of sleep deprivation are real—and they add up over time. » [ Bit.ly Link ]

What Happens When You Don't Get Enough Sleep | Reader's Digest

Today, we remember and honor all whose lives have been touched by HIV/AIDS. The #Stanford Positive Care Clinic is dedicated to preventing and treating HIV and AIDS. » [ Shc.is Link ] #WorldAIDSDay #AIDS2016
Stop making yourself sick. The more you deal with things that stress you out, the more mastery you have over them, says Stanford psychiatrist David Spiegel. » [ Huff.to Link ]

Hypochondriacs May Worry Themselves Sick (Literally)

At 28 weeks pregnant, Kristen went in for a routine ultrasound and learned she had a potentially fatal condition called placenta percreta. After delivering her baby at 33 weeks, she stayed at Stanford Hospital for 6 weeks. These were 6 of the most terrifying and uncertain weeks of her life, and while no one had clear answers for her complex condition, she felt supported. Today, she credits the...
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From patient to volunteer: Kristen Terlizzi's story

When Kristen Terlizzi experienced complications during her pregnancy, she put her trust in Stanford Health Care. She had a team of 30...

Today is #GivingTuesday: Each dollar you give to #Stanford Health Care Partners Fund will be doubled until midnight! Partners Fund donations ensure that our hospital’s technology keeps pace with the hearts of our patients and the staff that heals them — #GivingTuesday makes your gift go twice as far. [ Stanford.io Link ]
Nat Ezray's decades of struggle with weight began early. Over more than three decades, he would lose and gain weight several times over. But after bariatric surgery at Stanford Health Care, combined with lifestyle changes, Ezray's health dramatically improved. » [ Bit.ly Link ]

Stanford Hospital Bariatric Surgery: One Patient's Weight Loss Story

Nat Ezray's decades of struggle with weight began early. Over the past 30 years, he would lose and gain weight several times over. But after...

Whether through routine check-ups or teaming up to fight a loved one’s illness, the #Stanford Health Care Partners Fund helps to provide patients a clear path forward and supports critical clinical care programs. You can help light the way on #GivingTuesday: tomorrow, Nov 29. [ Stanford.io Link ]
Escape the stress of #BlackFriday and #optoutside, if you can. Leaves are turning, and the season is changing at Stanford Hospital. Photo credit: Norbert von der Groeben
Happy Thanksgiving! Have a safe and healthy holiday.
You don't have to eat until you hurt tomorrow. Stanford registered dietitian Neha Shah shares tips to help you celebrate without getting stuffed. #ThanksgivingEve
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Stanford Digestive Health Center: Sensible Seasonal Eating

The holiday season is a time for celebration, reflection, and spending time with loved ones. But often it is also a time when many of us...

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It can be hard to say no to a face this cute, but some of your celebratory Thanksgiving foods can be lethal for your four-legged friends. Avoid sharing your turkey skin or throwing your dog a bone, and refrain from sharing any food scraps that contain onions, garlic, nutmeg, sage, nuts, dough or chocolate. If you do want to show gratitude to your dog, you can make a safe and delicious holiday...
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Instagram photo by Stanford Health Care • Nov 23, 2016 at 12:23am UTC