“ As the 21st century gains steam, America is grappling with a fascinating and difficult new challenge of life expectancy.”
One of the most distressing aspects of memory loss for older adults is how hard it is to determine the cause. MORE . . .
Arthur Kornberg, MD, winner of the 1959 Nobel Prize for his work elucidating how DNA is built, died Oct. 26, 2007, at Stanford Hospital of respiratory failure. He was 89. MORE . . .
An in vitro fertilization technique that can avoid multiple births appears to be effective not only for young women but also for those over 35, according to researchers at the medical school. MORE . . .
People with organ transplants, resigned to a lifetime of drugs to stop their bodies from rejecting the organ, might now have reason to hope for a respite, say medical center researchers. MORE . . .
After more than 30 years of use, Fairchild Auditorium has been demolished to make way for the school’s new Learning and Knowledge Center. MORE . . .
Dean Pizzo on living a long healthy life
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