The SARS outbreak of 2003 had put Hong Kong on the frontline of global health crisis, but the city handled it successfully and that handling could offer lessons for those now battling Ebola.
The emperor of Mongolia, Genghis Khan who is considered as one of the most notorious characters in the world history, took advantage of dramatic rise in rainfall and mild temperatures while conquering central Asia in the early 13th century, according to a new study.
A Japanese woman has spent around 10 million yen or $102,000 on more than 30 plastic surgery procedures to look like a living French doll.
A tarantula as big as a human face has been discovered in northern Sri Lanka.
Herbal medicine is commonly considered to be safe.
Hong Kong experienced a surge in the number of new HIV infections in 2012. The city's Health Department on Wednesday announced that there has been the number of new HIV infections rose by 17 percent last year.