Former President of Ireland Mary Robinson spoke about human rights at Stanford on Monday, drawing from her past work as the United Nations high commissioner for human rights and on her more recent work with nonprofits like Realize Rights. She focused on practical action and the role Stanford could play in the process.
Newly passed federal health care reform legislation is giving some graduating Stanford seniors a little peace of mind: they may now stay on their parents’ health insurance plans as dependents until they are 26 years old.
A vascular treatment program for multiple sclerosis at Stanford Medical School was terminated after some patients had complications.
Stanford researchers published findings on Sunday indicating that there are two types of multiple sclerosis (MS) that respond differently to the most common drugs used today. These findings could have clinical applications for personalizing the current treatments for MS.
Overseas program staff are assessing their response after a magnitude 8.8 quake in Chile
Students with spouses and children here are returning mixed reviews of the new University-offered dependent health care coverage — the first since 2006 — announced by Vaden Health Center officials last week…
Stanford researchers have discovered how to turn a mouse skin cell directly into a nerve cell — eliminating the need to go through a stem cell stage.
In a small auditorium at Bechtel International Center last night, Sam Daley-Harris tried to motivate approximately 40 students to use their lives to make a difference in fighting against the social problems of today’s world.