Stanford Health Video Library
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:
Blood and Lymphatic Systems | Brain and Nervous System | Cancer | Cardiovascular System | Dental | Dermatology | Digestive System | Ears, Nose and Throat | Eyes | Geriatrics | Infectious Disease | Medical Technology | Mental Health | Musculoskeletal System | Nutrition Disorders | Obesity | Physiology | Respiratory System | Spirituality | Sports Medicine | Surgery | Urology | Women's Health
|Life Beyond Salt
Sticking to a low- or no-sodium diet does not mean you can't enjoy flavorful foods. Food blogger Jessica Goldman describes who she learned to change her diet without sacrificing taste.
Speaker: Jessica Goldman
|Nutrition and Cancer: Myths and Legends
When someone is diagnosed with cancer, the search is on for information. People look to something they can control, like food. There are often misconceptions out there regarding food which can be confusing. This talk focuses on some of these "questionable" foods/nutrients and help you understand the real story.
Speaker: Erika Connor, RD, CSO
|Solution to the Omnivore's Dilemma
Many of us currently face the dilemma of being overwhelmed by choices of what to eat. These choices, coupled with the often indecipherable barrage of health claims and health warnings, can leave us emotionally and mentally drained. Christopher Gardner, a PhD nutrition scientist and associate professor of medicine from the Stanford Prevention Research Center, offers solutions and insights to your dietary conundrums with an engaging blend of scientific and humorous perspectives.
Speaker: Christopher Gardner, PhD