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British researchers link power lines to leukemia...

A new British study has found a statistical link between living close to a high-voltage power line and childhood leukaemia, according to a study published...

Science to give women new tool against AIDS...

NEW HIV prevention treatments for women may be available as early as 2009, a top researcher said recently.

Dog breastfeeds cat

LOOKING at Click, a two-year-old female pregnant dog breastfeeding a three-month old cat, one wonders why human beings fight, hate and even kill each other....

Sperms make humans prone to cancer

The evolutionary path that separated human beings from chimpanzees five million years ago may have made human sperm survive better, but may have made humans...

Chimps may hold key to AIDS

Chimpanzees may hold vital clues for mankind’s war against the AIDS virus. However, the apes could be wiped out before they reveal their secrets, a leading...

Only 200,000 computers for 26 million Ugandans...

In an age where people in the developed world can access the internet on their mobile phones, over 70% of Ugandans have never heard of the word writes...

Women enterprising in blacksmith sector

IT is a clear morning. Muzaana zone in Kisenyi echoes a cocktail of noises. Artisans in shanty workshops clobber different metals to make a variety of...

Why jackfruits abort their young

JACKFRUIT farmers in the country are set to increase production of the fruit and income from it. In the past, research on the jackfruit was not carried...

Curry Benefits

ANCIENT herbal remedies used for centuries in Indian cooking and in preparing dishes in the far east have the potential to control diabetes and treat cancer,...

Short legs bad

WOMEN with short legs have a greater risk of developing heart disease, according to a team of doctors at Bristol University in the UK.

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Election that plunged Uganda into...

In the FINAL part of the election that plunged Uganda into war, New Vision TV looks at the post war career of Yoweri Museveni, whose party had come third in the polls, after he successfully waged a five-year peoples war.