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LIFE LINE Earthquake survivors turn to phone apps to reduce anxiety. 

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Bonnie Halpern-Felsher

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Babies born to women infected with the Zika virus can suffer from a birth defect called microcephaly, or abnormally small heads. A new study from Stanford found that the infection can affect the...

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Beth Barnall

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If you force yourself to smile, the person you're talking to is also likely to smile, and the feedback loop begins. 

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Robert Malenka

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Karl Deisseroth

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A technique called CLARITY, developed by bioengineering Professor Karl Deisseroth, renders the brain entirely clear.

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Stanford researchers found changes in three areas of the brain that occur when people are hypnotized.

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A new technique helps researchers study the connections between neurons

 

 

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Victor Henderson: A new study shows that taking estrogen has a negligible effect on the mental skills of postmenopausal women. 

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Stanford researchers say surgeons and physicians should closely monitor patients’ use of opioids after surgery to reduce the risk of patients becoming addicted to the pain-relieving drugs. 

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The future of work? | REUTERS/Aly Song

 

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Stanford News

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Norbert von der Groeben

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Linda A. Cicero

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Steve Fisch

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Timothy Archibald

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Li Ye and Karl Deisseroth

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Bike riding is the leading cause of concussions in kids. 

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A new study shows that a variety of brain circuits are engaged when children hear their mother's voice.

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Brain Cronin

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Your nervous system.

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Lyle Overbay integrates multiple sources of sensory information.

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Professor and former football player David Camarillo speaks on "Building a Smart Helmet" during TEDx Stanford on April 25, 2016.

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Sydney Maples and Max Spero

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School of Medicine researchers found that governmental guidelines for low-risk drinking vary widely.

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A minimally invasive procedure has helped to control Brad Ackerman's essential tremor and has given him the freedom to do regular activities. 

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Emmanuel Mignot, MD, PhD

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Rosan Gomperts, LCSW, Director of the Faculty Staff Help Center

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Stanford scientists have identified a brain receptor in female African cichlid fish that determines whether they successfully reproduce – a finding that might influence the understanding of humans...

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2 hands giving you trouble? Try coordinating 8 tentacles!

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Cajal Sketch of neurons in Cat Brain.

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