5 August 2012 Last updated at 02:12 GMTScientists are uncovering evidence that short periods of fasting, if properly controlled, could achieve a number of health benefits, as well as potentially helping the overweight,
Ebola like a ghost! In might return and spread to neighboring countries! International help needed -FrMar-By Ronald Tumusiime & Francis Mugerwa (email the author) Posted Sunday, August 5 2012 at 01:00-A day after this newspaper published the logistical outcry
By AFP-Posted Sunday, August 5 2012 at 15:34-Kenya's Priscah Jeptoo won silver while Ethiopia's Tiki Gelana won gold in the women's marathon which was run through the streets of London on Sunday in an Olympic record time of 2hr 23min.
By Mark Oloo-Mr John Diongo choked with anger as he stormed out of the lobby at Homa-Bay District Hospital’s maternity wing. Even with clear skies above, he had nothing to celebrate this afternoon. His joy turned into anguish and hatred.
By Hillary Senour-Mumbai, India, Aug 4, 2012 / 07:13 am (CNA).- A group of independent film makers is using media to put an end to the epidemic of human trafficking that has plagued India's “untouchables” for centuries.
By Sean Carroll, Special to CNN-July 24, 2012 -- Updated 0959 GMT (1759 HKT)-Editor's note: Sean Carroll is a theoretical physicist at Caltech, and author of the upcoming "The Particle at the End of the Universe: How the Hunt for the Higgs Boson
We ask how widespread sexual misconduct and abuse can be tackled in the US armed forces.- Last Modified: 04 Aug 2012 15:20-Two US air force trainers have been sentenced in connection with a widening sexual abuse
An exceptional last lap from Ethiopia's Baby Faced Destroyer Tirunesh Dibaba denied Kenya gold as Sally Kipyego and Vivian Cheruiyot won the country's first medals of London 2012 during an enthralling women 10000m final on Friday night.
By KIPCHUMBA SOME-Posted Saturday, August 4 2012 at 23:30-The grim TV footage shows Nancy Wanjiru, 37, knee-deep in the murky waters of the Nairobi River at Bondeni village in Huruma slums, begging reluctant
By Jane Dreaper Health correspondent, BBC News-We often hear about the struggle to recruit and retain health workers in rural communities in developing countries. I saw an attempt to provide a solution at first-hand recently