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The Stanford Health Video Library programs feature prominent doctors presenting the latest health research. Use these links to jump directly to your topic of interest in videos:

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Brain and Nervous System

Balance Disorders

Balance problems can stem from dizziness, light-headedness, weakness, or lack of coordination, and often can lead to falls. It's a pervasive problem but one that has not been thoroughly studied, perhaps in part because of the difficulties in determining the cause. Stanford has launched a new Balance Center, making it one of the few medical centers in the country to offer an interdisciplinary program for comprehensive testing and community outreach. A panel of experts discusses the causes and treatments for balance disorders. Speakers: Specialists from the Stanford Balance Center

 


Migraine Headache

Migraine is an intense and often debilitating type of headache which affects nearly 24 million Americans every year. This talk focuses on the causes of migraine and how it is diagnosed and differentiated from other kinds of headache, as well current treatments for this condition. Speaker: Meredith Barad, MD

 

 


Sleeping Well as We Age

A common misperception is that we do not need as much sleep as we age -- but it turns out that we need a good night's sleep throughout our lifespan. This talk focuses on the mechanism of sleep, addressing misconceptions about sleep and the practical things we can do to promote healthy sleep habits as we age. Speaker: Rachel Manber, PhD

 

 


When is a Senior Moment Just a Senior Moment? The Latest on Alzheimer’s Disease Research

Each of us experiences changes in memory and thinking as we age. Exciting new research opens windows onto early and accurate diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease and brings hope for new therapies that may help. Speaker: Geoffrey A. Kerchner, MD, PhD

 

 


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