Listening really matters
Modern medicine challenges the crucial bond between doctors and patients
Scientific innovations harness noise and acoustics for healing
Fixing a widely used antibiotic’s tendency to cause hearing loss
Better, less costly treatments for hearing loss coming soon
A conversation with Renée Fleming
A sampler of intelligent listening technologies emerging from Stanford
Birds regrow damaged inner ear cells. Why can’t we?
Letter from the Dean
Listening is fundamental
The mystery of sound and how it affects us
Toward a world where a physician in a wheelchair is no big deal
Building kinetic contraptions to bring data to life
A young woman finds her voice
One patient says a strong relationship with her doctor was crucial in finding success
Patients and caregivers heal and help others by recounting their experiences
Stress at the wrong time causes fat cells to flourish
Having a positive attitude about math is as large a predictor as IQ and other factors in determining whether children will excel at it.
Upfront is a quick look at the latest developments from Stanford Medicine
A new CRISPR/Cas9 DNA labeling technique finds that DNA flails around during the transcription process, increasing its ability to connect distant regions of the genome.
Sharing your bucket list with your doctor could open the way to better conversations about your long-term health care decisions.
Researchers explore ways to prevent a fungal infection that’s common in transplant patients who have high iron levels in their tissue.
Women who have babies shortly after returning from military deployment are more likely to have preterm babies.
An experimental cancer treatment tested in mice is showing promise in tracking down and killing tumors throughout the body.
New brain-imaging software identifies people who might benefit from treatment long after the time it has generally been considered helpful.
Researchers have found that, contrary to previous studies, insulin levels and a specific genotype pattern don’t predict weight-loss success.