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In what could have been no laughing matter, this baby couldn’t stop giggling. Kirsty Green was grocery shopping with her 14-month-old son, Brandon Emery, in Bude, England, last weekend. While Green…

Avocado lovers in Australia have cause to celebrate with an extra piece of avocado toast: avozilla, a giant avocado that can grow to weigh several pounds, is now available down under.

The California Department of Motor Vehicles will add Saturday hours after growing complaints about long wait times because of new license requirements.

This Stars of Stanford Medicine Q&A features Andrew Chang, clinical instructor of medicine, who is working to improve cardiovascular health globally.

You may be surprised to learn that your marketing department can teach your fraud prevention team a lot about card not present fraud. Not only are the two departments working in tandem to reach the same goals, but the marketing department has a lot of innovative qualities that a fraud management team would be smart to follow. Here are ways they can closely support one another for mutual success.

Stanford uses virtual reality to train emergency physicians, including on how to manage constant interruptions during a patient exam.

Stanford researchers are hosting an online competition featuring virtual athletes. Their goal: help people learn to walk and run after losing a limb.

Did you know people with ADHD are more accident prone? Find out why this and what you can do to reduce ADHD-caused accidents at HealthyPlace.

A new report from Positive Technologies reveals vulnerabilities found most often in web apps.

“Which do you write first, the music or the words?” This is the classic question that all songwriters get asked. In my experience, there’s no easy - or correct - answer to this one. Sometimes it’s the music, sometimes it’s the lyrics, and, often, it’s some mystical, organic combination of the…

As many as 1,000 patients suffered harm from medical devices hit by a cyber attack, according to a new survey conducted by researchers at the University of California San Diego. The results were announced at the HIMSS Healthcare Security Forum earlier this week. Garrett Sipple, Managing Consultant at Synopsys’ Software Integrity Group commented below. Garrett Sipple, Managing Consultant at Synopsys’ Software Integrity …

Tesla CEO Elon Musk claims the firm suffered 'extensive and damaging sabotage,' including code tweaks and leaked secrets.