Stanford Blood Center is collaborating with BeWell Stanford, an employee incentive program that encourages families to commit to health and wealth, to co-host an on-campus blood drive on March 1.
On Wednesday, neurologist and psychiatry professor Dr. Clete Kushida spoke to over 120 people about common sleep disorders and the importance of sleep.
No lives have been lost on account of the historic Stanford-Cal rivalry, but with a Big Game week blood drive, this traditional showdown may save a few. On Nov. 19, the Stanford Blood Center held the seventh annual “Rivals for Life” blood drive as part of a contest with Cal’s blood bank to see which…
Making a sport out of swinging hammers and throwing anvils may initially seem at best like an antiquated hobby. Even so, anyone walking by the Sand Hill Intramural Fields on any given Tuesday or Wednesday night will likely witness an eclectic group of individuals —male and female, young and old— swinging hammers with as much enthusiasm as their kilted predecessors did in Scotland centuries ago.
Palo Alto resident Christopher Bui is suing the Stanford Blood Center because of an infection he said he acquired after donating blood on April 10, 2008.
100K Cheeks and the Stanford Blood Center are set to host a blood and bone marrow drive today from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Stanford Hospital & Clinics.
Stanford Blood Center, coming off its most successful “Rivals for Life” blood drive in four years, is looking to keep the momentum going in 2011 with more regular White Plaza bloodmobiles and dorm outreach. Some students, however, say they are still deterred from donating because of time and inconvenience.
For the last three years, Stanford and Cal have taken part in “Rivals for Life,” a contest to see which school can collect the most units of blood over the course of a day. Held during Big Game Week, the competition capitalizes on intensified school spirit as Stanford unites to beat Cal in the Saturday football game.