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This woman has the best booty in the butt capital of the world, Brazil

Indianara Carvalho has taken the title of the best butt in Brazil, beating out women from 27 states in Brazil's Miss Bumbum Beauty Pageant.

Wash your hands, brush your teeth, get liver cancer?

A common ingredient in antimicrobial soaps and toothpaste has been linked to liver fibrosis and tumours in mice.

The Test Kitchen named best restaurant in South Africa

For the third year in a row, British-born chef Luke Dale-Roberts’ restaurant The Test Kitchen has been named South Africa’s Restaurant of the Year, cementing its reputation as the top dining destination in the country.

Bob Marley to live on through top-end dagga brand

Thirty-three years after his untimely death, ganja-loving reggae icon Bob Marley is being remembered with an eponymous brand of top-end marijuana, his family said Tuesday.

Life & Style

Eat out Awards: Food you can swear by

The surprise for the guests at this year's Eat Out Restaurant Awards was chef Marthinus Ferreira's Tourette-style, incoherent acceptance speech.

The $1 billion divorce: Why Harold Hamm's ex-wife didn't win more

Just how much of Harold Hamm's fortune was amassed through his skill and hard work?

Napoleon's two-pointed hat auctioned for €1.9 million

One of Napoleon's famous two-pointed hats was sold on Sunday to a South Korean collector for €1.9 million ($2.2 million) at an auction outside Paris.

Sleep learning study suggests rotten egg stench could help smokers quit

Olfactory conditioning during sleep could lead to behavior change, according to a new study from the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel that says exposing sleeping smokers to the stench of rotten eggs blended with that of cigarette smoke could lead them to quit.

Brand Me: Ads maketh the clothes

Clothing brands and retailers that refuse to let stylists source clothing from them for TV adverts and magazine spreads should rethink their marketing position.


Calorie restriction could slow aging, preserve memory: study

Going on a diet -- the old fashioned kind that heeds no promise to curb hunger -- can halt the normal rise and fall of over 900 different genes related to aging and memory formation in the brain, according to a team of neuroscientists at New York University's Langone Medical Center.

Why does scratching an itch make it worse?

Scratching an itch leads to the release of serotonin, which, while pleasurable, intensifies the itch sensation, according to a new study from the Washington University Center for the Study of Itch in St. Louis, Missouri.

The age of personal DNA storage has arrived

Santa Barbara-based GENiSYSS started an Indiegogo crowd-funding campaign for its thumb-drive-sized capsules to store DNA in a way that's never been available to the public.

Study finds Vitamin D might ease asthma

Catching some rays outside could be a simple solution to managing acute asthmatic episodes, according to a new study at Tel Aviv University.

New drug for TB patients

A new drug will be made available to people who suffer from multidrug-resistant tuberculosis, a pharmaceutical company said on Monday.