Forty-five-year-old struggled with infertility and decided to adopt an embryo from another couple who was done having children. The couple froze the embryo in 1994.
Rising gas prices, health concerns and time spent away from home are only a few of the reasons solo commuters should be concerned.
While 30.9% of Americans have completed at least a bachelor’s degree, almost 80% of Palo Alto residents have an undergraduate degree, according to U.S. Census data compiled by NerdWallet.
Typically thought of as a playground pastime, jump rope is actually a competitive sport. And, elite jump rope has a growing presence in the Bay Area.
Lung cancer diagnosis data reveals that 45 percent of patients with the disease are former smokers, and an additional 15 percent never smoked at all. One of those was the wife of former NFL player Chris Draft.
Stanford’s Cantor Arts Center has partnered with Google to digitize more than 100 works of art, making them available for art lovers to view in their homes all over the world.
Once emphatically separated from each other, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) and art are connecting in exciting and enlightening ways. Stanford University, known for its strong science and engineering programs, is part of this trend. An increasing number of classes and exhibits at Stanford fuse the two fields, and students and faculty are developing new
The city’s finance committee approved plans to improve the Baylands Golf Course, and officials are now selecting the company that will provide the massive amount of dirt needed.
For years a sports columnist for The San Francisco Chronicle, Ratto moved in 2010 to become Senior Insider for Comcast Sports Net Bay Area, where now he is seen on television, and read on csnbayarea.com.