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October 27, 2017 9:44 AM ‘My surrogate stole my son’

COMMERCIAL surrogacy is increasingly popular in the US, though it's only legal in some states and is illegal entirely in Australia. The most recently available reports from the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention and the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology show the number of infants born to gestational surrogates almost doubled between 121

October 26, 2017 4:38 AM Zambia Looking Good at 53, Could Get Better With Time

I was seated at the back of the pew in St Ignatius Catholic Church when parish priest Fr Charles Chilinda’s voice boomed in the microphone before a silent 7am congregation. “If you invest in hate, you will reap nothing but hate,” Fr Chilinda said, “if you invest in hate you are expected to get the same emotion back so my suggestion is that you invest 234

October 25, 2017 5:05 PM A new tool for editing DNA, one base at a time

Scientists from Harvard University have just unveiled a new gene editor that uses the revolutionary CRISPR-Cas9 technology to target and change a single letter in a string of DNA bases — no cutting necessary. If traditional gene editing is like taking a pair of molecular scissors to a DNA strand to alter a genome, then the new technique, known as base editing 155

October 25, 2017 1:53 PM Botswana: Thousands National Identity Cards Uncollected

Gaborone — There are currently 24 355 uncollected National Identity Cards (Omang) across all the Civil and National Registration offices in the country. "In view of the high number, those who had applied for their Omang cards are urged to collect them from the offices where the applications were made," states a press release from the Ministry of Nationality 57

October 25, 2017 1:37 PM Botswana: Gabane Fed-Up With Liquor Outlets

Gabane — Gabane residents have called for the review of liquor outlets operating in their village. Residents expressed this during a kgotla meeting addressed by Assistant Minister of Investment, Trade and Industry, Mr Biggie Butale on October 23. First to convey his displeasure over the number of liquor outlets was Kgosi Seeletso Pule who said business 75

October 22, 2017 2:26 AM Itsy bitsy spider: Fear of spiders and snakes is deeply embedded in us

When the babies saw a snake or a spider (second row) instead of a flower or a fish (first row) of the same size and colour, their pupils enlarged significantly (red versus green curve). This is a distinct signal that they felt stressed looking at these animals. Credit: Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences (MPI CBS) Snakes and spiders 112

October 21, 2017 1:35 PM Georgia Lawmaker Suggests Quarantining People with HIV

State Rep. and former anesthesiologist Betty Price, who also happens to be the wife of former HHS secretary Tom Price, had a terrible, awful, no good idea. I can't take this anymore! Everything is terrible! My therapist told me to get off Twitter! Have you or someone you loved said any of the above phrases lately? If so, you might have been exposed to a rapidly 120

October 19, 2017 10:30 PM Report: Pollution Kills 3 Times More than AIDS, TB And Malaria Combined

Exposure to polluted air, water and soil caused nine million premature deaths in 2015, according to a report published Thursday in The Lancet. The causes of death vary — cancer, lung disease, heart disease. The report links them to pollution, drawing upon previous studies that show how pollution is tied to a wider range of diseases than previously thought 142

October 19, 2017 9:10 PM Giroud overhead kick edges Arsenal past Red Star

Paris - Olivier Giroud scored a fantastic late winner as Arsenal edged to their third straight Europa League win by beating 10-man Red Star Belgrade 1-0 in Serbia on Thursday. Arsene Wenger's men rode their luck at times in an uninspiring performance, before Giroud struck in the 85th minute after Red Star had seen Milan Rodic sent off. The Premier League 101

October 19, 2017 3:02 PM Diagnosed at 26: Two Time Warrior Helps Young Women with Metastatic Breast Cancer, One Wish at Time

Shay Sharpe is simply extraordinary. A young, single mother, she was diagnosed with breast cancer a 26 years old and then again at 36 years old. Even though she had needs of her own, she chose to give back by starting a charity. Unfazed by her mastectomy, she boldly and proudly displays her scars, as her stars. I’m so excited to share her story with you. Meet Madame 144