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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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Addressing Childhood Obesity
The rising rate of childhood obesity has become a major concern for the medical community. Dr. Robinson, examines the health and societal problems children face, as well as possible solutions currently being studied to keep kids fit and happy.
Speaker: Thomas Robinson, MD, MPH
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Advances in Weight Loss Surgery
Obesity is a disease which has reached epidemic proportions in the US. After failed attempts at dieting, surgery may remain the only option for sustained weight loss. Dr. Morton discusses the current surgical management of morbid obesity, including the new procedure called lap-banding.
Speaker: John Morton, MD


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