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Meritamun has been brought back to life using CT scanning, 3D printing, forensic science and art. Picture: Paul Burston.
 
Hend El-Behary 24 Aug 2016
A team of researchers at the University of Melbourne has created a life-like three-dimensional model of a mummified...
Reuters 20 Aug 2016
When the heart stops suddenly, it can sometimes be restarted with an electric shock from an automated external...
 AFP/File / by Stephanie Findlay | Tattoo artist Tiplo Tsotetsi puts the final touch to a tattoo representing Nelson Mandela and a bridge, on the upper back of Mpumelelo Masinga, at the Black and White Tattoo studio in Johannesburg, South Africa, on November 27, 2014
AFP 20 Aug 2016
While more young men and women are getting inked today than ever, researchers have warned that bacterial infections may...
David Kirsch shares his suggestions for why your workout plan may not be working out for you, and how to get the most out of your fitness regime. — AFP Relaxnews
AFP 16 Aug 2016
Celebrity trainer David Kirsch is well-known for his work with A-list models and actresses such as Heidi Klum, Kate...
A female Aedes aegypti mosquito is seen on the forearm of a health technician in a laboratory conducting research on preventing the spread of the Zika virus and other mosquito-borne diseases in Guatemala City, February 4, 2016.
AFP 13 Aug 2016
Dutch and Kenyan scientists have designed a unique mosquito trap which uses human odour to attract the malaria-carrying...
AFP 12 Aug 2016
The daily dose of activity needed to lower the risk of diabetes, stroke and heart disease by at least 20 percent is...

A research team from Wuhan University, China, has reviewed studies on the safety and the effectiveness of acupuncture as a treatment for mild cognitive impairment. Photo APRelaxnews/Dean Mitchell/Istock.com
 

 
AFP 10 Aug 2016
Acupuncture could be beneficial in improving the memory loss known as mild cognitive impairment, a condition that...
An illustration picture shows a woman holding a birth control pill at her home in Nice January 3, 2013.
 
Reuters 07 Aug 2016
Women should have the chance to get long-acting birth control like intrauterine devices (IUDs) before they leave the...
Kids wait to fill jerrycans with fresh water
AFP 06 Aug 2016
Children who grow up on traditional Amish farms in the US are largely protected from asthma because their immune...
AFP 02 Aug 2016
There's not a lot of green in the urban jungle of Sao Paulo, but thanks to Fernanda Danelon, restaurants in the...