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Wednesday, July 7, 2021

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Protection from wildfire smoke

Experts advise on contending with hazardous air quality as the West gears up for a wildfire season fueled by an extended megadrought.

Wildfire smoke covering the Bay Area

Health & Medicine

Doctor burnout

Deferring self-care and responding to mistakes with shame and blame contribute to physician burnout, a new study finds.

Doctor burnout

science & technology

Maintaining short-term memory

Neuroscientists find that parallel, modular memory networks act as backups, overwriting the bad data with the good when part of the system is disrupted.

Modular memory networks

The Dish

NEALE MAHONEY and HEIDI WILLIAMS have been named co-recipients of the biennial award from the American Society of Health Economists.

Neale Mahoney and Heidi Williams

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  • Campus map update: An update to the Stanford Searchable Campus Map will go live on July 8 with new features accessible to those with a SUNet ID. The Campus Map provides a variety of information and features, including parking and transportation details, eateries, and, most recently, information related to phased campus recovery efforts. The Stanford community version will provide the locations of All-Gender restrooms on campus and building status updates indicating access restrictions for individual facilities. Explore the Campus Map.

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