The five most-read posts on Scope this week were:
Pumpkin Jobs: Stanford med student's carving tricks - a real treat!: Third-year medical student Raymond Tsai's latest masterpiece is a jack-o-lantern that pays homage to the late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.
Lung cancer can affect anyone, but not everyone is listening: Six Stanford physicians share their thoughts about lung cancer in a video for Lung Cancer Awareness Month in November.
Biotech start-up builds artful artificial limbs: Bespoke Innovations is working with patients to create unique prosthetic limbs that reflect individual personality and tastes.
Two separate girls! Packard Children's surgeons separate conjoined twins: This update on the separation of conjoined twins Angelina and Angelica Sabuco shares that the twins were successfully separated and in different rooms for the first time in their lives.
Can yoga help women suffering from fibromyalgia?: A study recently published in the Journal of Pain Research shows that practicing yoga boosts levels of the stress hormone cortisol and could help ease some symptoms of fibromyalgia such as pain, fatigue, muscle stiffness and depression.