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William Dixon, MD

Medical Writer & Reviewer

William Dixon, MD, M.Ed., is a clinical assistant professor at Stanford University, emergency physician, Signos co-founder, and disease prevention proponent.

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Dr. Dixon helped create Signos to provide an actionable way for people to attain their health goals with the understanding that preventing disease is better than treating it.

He is a clinical assistant professor at Stanford School of Medicine and a practicing emergency medicine physician.

Previously, he worked as a project manager for a community health clinic in East Palo Alto, focusing on improving health for patients with obesity and diabetes. He earned his MD from the University of North Carolina School of Medicine, an AB in molecular biology from Princeton University, and a master's in medical education from the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Education.

Articles

What Is Hypoglycemia? What Does it Mean for You?

August 11, 2021
Hypoglycemia means low blood sugar, or when the glucose in your blood drops below normal levels
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How Excess Insulin Is Associated with Excess Weight

August 11, 2021
Weight gain happens when you consume more energy (calories) than you need...
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