Health in Los Angeles, CA

When Jeff Hill returned to his neighborhood in Paradise after evacuating during the Camp Fire, he came across a wayward horse -- in a backyard swimming pool. The horse appeared to have jumped in to escape the flames, and was caught in the pool cover.
He had been checking on a neighbor's house to see if it was still standing when he discovered the horse, Hill wrote in a Facebook post.

Security has always been an arms race. But the addition of AI is like jumping from tomahawks to Tomahawk missiles.

Stanford researchers will study the connections between preeclampsia in pregnant women and the subsequent risk of atherosclerosis as the women grow older.

APLA’s Vance North Necessities of Life Program (NOLP) has become the nation’s largest network of food pantries for people with HIV/AIDS.

In light of the news this morning that the value of the average data breach fine in the UK has doubled in one year, please find below comment Kaspersky Lab. Kaspersky Lab: “Customers that entrust private information to the care of any online provider, should be safe in the knowledge that their data is stored securely. However, …

Feeling like everyone has bundles of joy except you? Our Los Angeles fertility center tells how to cope with infertility and holiday stress.

Next-generation cellular technology is knocking at your door. Are you ready to let it in?

Dan Sauvageau and his friends have been rescuing animals in Paradise, California, a town almost entirely destroyed by the Camp Fire.

Genetic mutations affecting a single gene called LRRK2 play an outsized role in Parkinson's disease, but nobody's been able to say why. Here's a clue.

Two major studies released Saturday provide evidence that medications derived from fish oil are effective in protecting people from fatal heart attacks, strokes and other forms of cardiovascular disease.

What should organisations be doing to address application layer attacks and reduce the likelihood of a breach through this type of attack?

A new ransomware called FilesLocker is being distributed as a Ransomware as a Service, or RaaS, that targets Chinese and English speaking victims. This ransomware was first spotted by MalwareHunterTeam who posted about it on Twitter. At the time, it looked like your standard small little C# ransomware with little or no distribution. It turns out, though, that this ransomware is being …

Another high blood pressure drug is being recalled due to contamination that could pose a cancer risk, the FDA says.

What will the future of FAST, the science education program led by Stanford graduate students, look like? Will its benefits extend beyond San Jose?

Many eye problems require the medical knowledge that an ophthalmologist has from years of clinical and surgical training. But there are eye problems that you can treat safely at home, as long as they

Plain-text passwords and connections to the public internet put industrial networks at risk, says CyberX.

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Twenty-eight months ago my husband and I began trying to make our own little human.There’s a lot of excitement, curiosity and questioning when you start trying to conceive with your partner.Most people don’t take so long to get pregnant. I’ve watched countless friends pop out multiple kids in the la...