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Impact of Cancer Treatment on Memory, Thinking, and Attention

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Presented by: Shelli Kesler, PhD Assistant Professor, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences April 18, 2012 Watch the video Memory and attention problems seem to be a common complaint among cancer survivors. Many people refer to these cognitive changes as “chemo brain,” but the cause and extent of these issues is not always a direct correlation to […]

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Sleeping Well as We Age

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Presented by: Rachel Manber, PhD Professor, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Director, Insomnia and Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program Stanford University Medical Center May 5, 2011 Watch the video Some changes in sleep are a natural part of getting older. Many older adults tend to wake up more often during the night, with more fragmented sleep, and […]

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Solutions to the Omnivore’s Dilemma

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Presented by: Christopher Gardner, PhD Associate Professor, Stanford Prevention Research Center Lecture Overview: Modern food processing and a global food economy have given consumers an unprecedented and sometimes overwhelming number of food choices Nutrition studies on the long-term benefits and risks of new foods and food patterns can’t keep up and tend to focus on […]

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