Hepatitis B: The ‘silent killer’ in Santa Clara County

Hepatitis B is often deemed the “silent killer” due to its widespread impact, lethality and, most of all, the fact that many people don’t recognize its severity.

Packard Foundation provides new class of researchers with funding

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From left to right: Packard fellows Ed Chuong, Carlos Ponce and Shruti Naik.

The Los Altos-based David and Lucile Packard Foundation introduced a new class of 20 science and engineering fellows last month. The fellows, consisting of early-career researchers, will each receive $875,000 in unrestricted funds over the next five years.

The importance of mental health in schools

There is a silent epidemic that knows no borders. It does not discriminate among race, gender or income, and it is currently affecting school-aged children in the United States.

Pandemic-proof brain: Preventing cognitive decline during COVID-19

Recent U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention coronavirus infection statistics make for somber reading, with infections in excess of 10 million across the country and health experts predicting even more in the coming months and flu season.

Tight hamstrings: Why stretching might help, but isn’t always the answer

If your hamstrings are tight, you should stretch them, right?

Helping with isolation: Local hearing services company giving away hearing aids

Pacific Hearing Service, a local hearing services company, is giving away two hearing aids as part of a seasonal competition in which residents can nominate people they think would benefit from better hearing.

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