Some vegetables which are relished by the foodies may in a decade get a better taste as a result of research being conducted at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
When many public universities and farmers focus on improving the variety of crops that are used in food and live stock feed the researchers in Madison aim at improving the taste of vegetables.
Radioactive wastes can be quite a problem when it comes to their disposal. The United States government is arranging for trains that will carry the radioactive waste to their final destination from the nuclear power plants. However though the trains may get ready but the waste is not going anywhere right now as the destination is still unknown.
South Africans longing to fly out to Ebola hit nations in West Africa will need to get authorization from the department of health to do along these lines, South Africa Airways said.
As indicated by a Sapa report, the new technique was presented for aerial transports working the West African courses. The new methodology was executed after a choice from Cabinet.
A fight to advertise restorative male circumcision has been upped in the Western Cape with the dispatch of two portable surgical theaters.
The vehicles will go through the Winelands, Overberg and Eden. The Southern African Clothing and Textile Workers' Union Worker Health Program in Stellenbosch dispatched the fight at the weekend.
Have a glass of wine with supper - however thereafter swap that espresso for some tea, on the off chance that you need to live more, heart specialists have proclaimed.
New research has observed that both red and white wines have a defensive impact against coronary illness among the individuals who take physical activity.
Polls for Brazilian Election Show Marina Silva to Gain on President Dilma Rousseff Before Presidential ElectionSubmitted by Anil Dayal on Sat, 08/30/2014 - 08:27
On Friday a survey conducted by Datafolha which is a polling firm, revealed that Marina Silva the Environmentalist has brown her lead over the popularity of President Dilma Rousseff by10% points in a probable second-round runoff in the October elections to be held in Brazil.