Someday I’ll go to the doctor. Start exercising. Eat better. Women are notorious for putting themselves last when it comes to self-care. Don’t wait around for someday—make your health a priority today.
The 2022 Women’s Health Lunch brought together four Stanford experts in brain, heart, bone, and foot health for an exploration of optimal health at every age. The speakers took us through health strategies from head to toe, and shared the science behind the small modifications you can make now to achieve incremental health benefits. Each presentation was followed by an engaging question-and-answer session. Watch the replay and discover that better health is in your control.
On March 17, 2021, women from around the globe joined Stanford researchers, scientists, and physicians for this online gathering, exploring health, resilience, and well-being in the year ahead. Moderated by Andra Blomkalns, MD, MBA, Redlich Family Professor, and Chair of the Department of Emergency Medicine, the event featured these timely and insightful talks:
Moving from surviving to thriving • Debra Kaysen, PhD, Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Navigating family life during COVID-19 • Grace Gengoux, PhD, Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Department Well-Being Director Combating aging: Small molecule rejuvenates muscle • Helen Blau, PhD, Donald E. and Delia B. Baxter Foundation Professor, Director, Baxter Laboratory for Stem Cell Biology Vaccine safety, efficacy, and clinical trials for children • Grace Lee, MD, Professor of Pediatrics Associate Chief Medical Officer, Practice Innovation at Stanford Children’s Health