Teen won historic ruling to preserve body

By BBC A 14-year-old girl who wanted her body to be preserved, in case she could be cured in the future, won a historic legal fight shortly before her death. The girl, who was terminally...

Indian genome plan could boost healthcare

By BBC Could an effort to gather genetic data from its population of one billion people help India take the lead in advanced healthcare? India is the land of inventors and industry, spices and spirituality -...

What you should drink if you’re watching your calories

By Woman’s Day A sad truth: You can exercise, cut out sweets, and up your veggie intake, but if you're still slingin' back margaritas at happy hour you're not doing your body any favors. Alcohol...

Trying to Conceive: 12 Tips for Women

By Live Science The desire to have children can encourage some women to make healthier lifestyle choices. They may become more conscious of the foods, beverages and drugs they put into their bodies, and may...

Formerly conjoined twins to soon join rest of family

By Ann Mburu The formerly conjoined twins Blessings and Favor who were successfully separated by a team of medical experts at the Kenyatta National Hospital will soon join the rest of their family after they...

Watching films releases ‘natural painkiller’

By BBC News/Evelyne Wareh Watching a tear jerking film helps in social bonding, say researchers. The finding could explain our attraction to dramatic works of fiction - even if they make us cry. Experiments by an...

Kanye West changes name to Ye

Rapper Kanye West is changing his name - to Ye. Announcing the change on Twitter on Saturday, he wrote: "The being formally known as Kanye West. I am YE." West, 41, has been nicknamed Ye...

Guatemala reports first Zika baby

By BBC A Guatemalan baby has been born with microcephaly linked to the Zika virus, officials say. The child is believed to be the first born with a Zika-linked defect in the Central American country. The infection...

Doctors confirm 200-year-old diagnosis

By BBC Doctors have confirmed a diagnosis made more than 200 years ago by one of medicine's most influential surgeons. John Hunter had diagnosed a patient in 1786 with a "tumour as hard as bone". Royal Marsden...

Viruses ‘more dangerous in the morning’

By BBC Viruses are more dangerous when they infect their victims in the morning, a University of Cambridge study suggests. The findings, published in PNAS, showed viruses were 10 times more successful if the infection...
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