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Admit Weekend. Admits from the Quest Bridge scholarship program meet on the lawn at the Oval for a lunchtime get-together. Credit: Linda A. Cicero / Stanford News Service + Two Stanford Community photos

Medical Services Resources

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Connect with a number of resources that have been curated by our staff to provide support to the various communities on campus. 

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Eating & Body Concerns

Do you or someone you know have concerns about eating, weight and/or attractiveness? These concerns can lead to distracting preoccupations with bodies, self-esteem, well-being, and vitality. These preoccupations can become serious and lead to significant health problems.

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Mental Health

Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make choices. Mental health is important at every stage of life, from childhood and adolescence through adulthood.

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Making and sustaining relationships with family, friends, partners, roommates, teachers, and loved ones while at Stanford can be a great source of fulfillment, comfort and love. It can be a way to foster independence as well as explore and learn about yourself. As with all areas of our lives, understanding ourselves will help us understand how we are with others.

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Sexual Health

Find information on setting up an individual consultation as well as services available to you. Additionally, learn about sexually transmitted infections (STI).

Stanford undergraduate Elizabeth Nelson Woodson works through an exercise in an open rehearsal at the Cantor Arts Center as other dancers look on. In conjunction with the exhibition Rodin and America, Stanford's Dance Division offered "Rodin and the Dancing Body," a fall course for Stanford. Credit: Linda A. Cicero / Stanford News Service


The state of being in good health, especially as an actively pursued goal.

 A group of World Cup soccer fans assembled at the large monitor in the Y2E2 building to watch the U.S. team meet Belgium in the elimination round. In the front row are undergrads Andrew Gyenis, Anja Brandon and Emma Hutchinson, who are working in research labs at Stanford this summer. Credit: Linda A. Cicero / Stanford News Service