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A neurologist explains the power of your microbiome to heal and protect your brain.

But let's get this out of the way: These goats can't set webs to catch their prey, they don't possess super-strength, and they aren't tottering around the

Communication authorities ordered a 3-month suspension of the Tuoi Tre news website over allegations it ran a report that upset national unity

We must be more purposeful about how we use our money. We need to Bank Black, Buy Black, to build wealth in the Black community.

Dealing with money may be the most unexciting aspect of tracking your studio project, but budgeting for your recording session is key to achieving success.

I had the pleasure of hosting a spring baby shower for a dear friend. I wanted to make something really special for dessert. The mom-to-be loves lavender. I lov

Many different terms are used to describe a disc herniation. Sometimes they are called a bulging disc, protruding disc, torn disc, slipped disc, ruptured disc, or collapsed disc. The list goes on. So one can understand how there might be...

Five foundations recently came together to start the Fund for Equity and Excellence to support Los Angeles public schools. Will this effort attract new partners and funding to the nation’s second-largest school district?

A man with the name of Wilfred Pickles brought regional dialect to the BBC as part of an anti-Nazi-propaganda strategy

Do you dream of a vacation where you can refresh and recharge? Here are some of the world's most relaxing places from shrines in Japan to the rugged coast of Maine.

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Disneyland Park, formerly known as Disneyland, was the first park at Disneyland Resort. It was rechristened in the nineties as the complex expanded and many more theme parks bearing the brand name were launched elsewhere. Disneyland Park was designed and developed by Walt Disney. He did not supervise nor design any other theme park of the brand. From the time it opened in July, 1955, to this day, Disneyland Park remains one of the most frequented places in…

“How much of your chest hair do you want to show people when you’re out socially?”

Stanford researchers developed a wearable device to measure how much cortisol people produce in their sweat. Cortisol is critical to many bodily processes.

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The East Coast delivers big news, as efforts to expand New Jersey’s medical cannabis program caught the eye of the press this week because of the evolutionary support of Democratic Governor Phil Murphy—who succeeds Trump sycophant Chris Christie, a politician historically critical of any type of modification to laws banning the use of cannabis as medicine. Due to Murphy's efforts…

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Looking to the decade ahead, Stanford Medicine convened leading minds in patient care, technology, design thinking, and public policy to reimagine what electronic health records (EHRs) can do for physicians and their patients.

To prevent cyberattacks, companies must invest in training and education, says Ray Rothrock CEO RedSeal.

Researchers have found that the Tick cyberespionage group are weaponizing secure USB drives to target air-gapped critical systems. The group, which largely targets organisations from Japan and South Korea, are known to conduct attack campaigns with various custom malware such as Minzen, Datper, Nioupale (aka Daserf), and HomamDownloader. Javvad Malik, Security Advocate at AlienVault commented below. Javvad Malik, Security …

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Commenting on the decision, Segal Consulting says it is “consistent with every other decision handed down in similar cases except for one,” the Southern District of New York Court’s decision in The New York Times Company v. Newspaper and Mail Deliverers’-Publishers’ Pension Fund, which is being appealed.

The Art Institute of Chicago is celebrating its 125th Anniversary. The museum's historic Michigan Avenue building was photographed on opening day in 1893. The museum is holding a celebration to reenact the photo.

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The Murstein Synagogue serves as a place of pilgrimage for the International Reform Movement as well the home synagogue for the Year-In-Israel program and the Israeli Rabbinical Program. Visitors from abroad and Israelis from the Jerusalem community are invited to join HUC-JIR's students, faculty, and friends at Shabbat morning and holiday services
Shabbat morning services begin on the…

Companies must prepare for when a breach occurs – because chances are, it will happen. Ixia’s Keith Bromley says network security resilience can help.

A 71-year-old man in Florida died on July 10 after being infected by bacteria that can cause serious gastrointestinal illness and rarely flesh-eating disease (necrotizing fasciitis) from eating a contaminated raw oyster, according to local news repor

On July 11, 2018, the European Parliament's Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs ("ECON") published a press release announcing that it had voted to adopt a draft report relating to the European Commission's legislative proposals to reform to the European System of Financial Supervision ("ESFS"). The press release focuses on equivalence decisions taken on…

Stanford's Laila Soudi is documenting her travels among Syrian refugees in the Middle East, where she is developing relationships to make a difference.

The California company that sells Crystal Geyser bottled water has been charged with illegally disposing of arsenic-tainted wastewater, federal prosecutors said Thursday.

Having a brighter smile can boost your confidence, add a youthful glow to your appearance,

A new permanent exhibition at the Natural History Museum traces the origins and history of Los Angeles and explores the city's rise as a cultural center of…