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Contrary to popular belief, "Fiddler on the Roof" hasn't always been with us. Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick 's ubiquitous musical about Tevye the milkman celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2014 - it just seems older.
Should we change our lifestyles to help reduce global warming?
Are you smart enough to be a US Marine?
Beginning today, a section of Welch Road between South Pasteur Drive and Campus Drive will be closed to traffic for approximately four months.
Amir Rubin heads Stanford Hospital & Clinics, which is central to a new narrow network health option being offered to 15,000 Stanford employees.
In sub-Saharan Africa, about one in five people purchase water from neighbors connected to public or private utility lines.
Professor Lambertus Hesselink's new iLab could solve the long-standing issue of incorporating lab work with the teaching available through MOOCs.
Held in a festive atmosphere of optimism, the world's fairs of the late 19th and early 20th centuries were designed to inspire, impress and entertain.
Our Ask Stanford Med series is taking a break until the New Year. But there's still opportunity to interact with a health expert this month - thanks to Open Office Hours on the Stanford University Facebook page .
Cellist Maya Beiser. The Israeli musician performs in "Linked Verse," a fusion of sound and image that blends Japanese and Western styles of music.
Bonnie Eslinger / Daily News Pooch Collection founder Sean Hayward plays with his Portuguese Water Dog, Brooklyn, on Nov. 27, 2013, at the office he works out of in Redwood City.
Among internal medicine and nurse practitioner trainees, simulation-based communication skills training compared with usual education did not improve quality of communication about end-of-life care or quality of end-of-life care but was associated with a small increase in patients' symptoms of depression, according to a study appearing in the ... (more)
A freshwater prawn may not appear intimidating at first glance - it's a petite bottom-feeder that can fit in the palm of most people's hands.
A Stanford senior and a graduate student have been named 2014 Marshall Scholars, and an alumnus has been awarded a 2015 Mitchell Scholarship.
Much of what is known about sensory touch and hearing cells is based on indirect observation.
Freeze Warning for Santa Clara County was issued at December 07 at 4:34AM PST