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Life Flight: 30 years of saving lives
Thirty years and many thousands of flights later, Life Flight has a proud history to celebrate. Its flight crew has years of experience, and its helicopter carries some of the most advanced airborne health-care technology available.
Flight irregularity leaves Navy pilot with unusual constellation of symptoms
Air invaded Robert Buchanan’s head and neck in all the wrong places. Two years of persistent medical investigation at Stanford finally gave it a name.
For Montana man, low-sodium diet reverses heart troubles
A year after a major heart attack, followed by cardiac surgery, Bruce Simon found himself back in the hospital with continued heart problems.
Faculty Profile: VJ Periyakoi
Palliative care is a relatively new discipline that helps seriously ill patients and their families maintain the best quality of life possible, and, as one study has recently shown, can even lengthen their lives.
The two years of living dangerously: One doctor's journey to the United States
Eleven years old and all alone in a strange country, Roham Zamanian awaited his destiny.
Stanford study expands window for effective stroke treatment
STANFORD, Calif. - Once symptoms start, there's only a tiny window of time for stroke victims to get life-saving treatment.
New tool could prevent needless stents and save money, Stanford cardiologist says
STANFORD, Calif. - Doctors may be implanting too many artery-opening stents and could avoid needless operations - and ultimately save lives - if they did more in-depth measurements of blood flow in the vessels to the heart.