Marily Oppezzo, PhD, MS, RD, is a behavioral and learning scientist with a master’s in the fields of nutritional science and almost 20 years of experience in nutrition and exercise as an instructor, coach, and researcher. You’ll learn what the experts say about the proven benefits of exercise, sleep hygiene, mindset, and more. You …

It is quite apparent that our bodies change as we age – we can look in a mirror and notice that! However, it is less apparent what foods we should consume, and what we should avoid, to best support our changing bodies. In this online engagement class, you will learn the science of how the …

Stanford Medcast is an educational podcast ideal for the clinician on the go. Hot topics in medicine, healthcare and education are discussed with world leading physicians and scientists.  Current Series:  Hot Topics Mini-Series Covid-19 Mini-Series Pediatric Pulse Mini-Series Streaming now on all major podcast platforms.

The holidays are almost here, with all the gift giving, holiday sales, and festive parties that come along. Although many look forward to the joy of the season, the holidays can also bring their fair share of stress, frustration, and unmet expectations. In this webinar, we will identify ways we can better manage the stressors …

The holidays are almost here, with all the gift giving, holiday sales, and festive parties that come along. Although many look forward to the joy of the season, the holidays can also bring their fair share of stress, frustration, and unmet expectations. In this webinar, we will identify ways we can better manage the stressors …

About the featured map: John Snow (1855) The Center will be holding a mini-symposium on COVID-19 maps featuring Paul Kahn who has curated a collection of contemporary COVID-19 maps;  Paul Kahn along with Hugh Dubberly have written and published on the archive here (pdf).  We will also have Jessica Martin talk about the book written by her …

Incentives for health behaviors are an increasingly important policy tool in both developed and developing countries, and there is widespread interest in improving their effectiveness. However, different contracts are likely to be more effective for different people. Mechanism design offers two strategies to improve contract effectiveness—tagging on observables (i.e., 3rd-degree price discrimination), and offering a menu of contract choices …

It can be challenging to enjoy the holiday season without throwing everything you know about health and wellness out the window. While indulging from time to time is one of life’s pleasures, the truth is that an entire season filled with rich and sugary treats can lead to bloat and indigestion, mood swings, brain fog, …