Preventing and Treating Colon and Rectal Cancer: Insights from a Colorectal Surgery Professor

Colorectal Cancer: Expert Insights from Professor Lim Seok-byeong By Kwon Dae-ik, Medical Reporter Lim Seok-byung, professor of colorectal surgery at Asan Medical Center (Director of Colon and Rectal Cancer Center). [Image provided by Asan Medical Center] Colorectal cancer, which affects the large intestine and is responsible for the final stages of digestion, predominantly affects the […]

First Case of West Nile Virus Confirmed in New Jersey This Year

First Case of West Nile Virus Confirmed in New Jersey The presence of West Nile virus has been reported in New Jersey for the first time this year, raising concerns about the potential impact of this dangerous disease. The Camden County Health Department announced on the 26th that a resident of Winslow Township has been […]

Parkinson’s Disease: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment Options

Neurological Symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease Shaking hands or feet, body firmness (stiffness), and slow movement (sluggish movement) are the three primary neurological symptoms associated with Parkinson’s disease. This progressive neurodegenerative disease occurs due to the gradual decrease of dopamine neurons in the substantia nigra region of the midbrain, resulting in various behavioral disorders. Parkinson’s disease […]

The Silent Epidemic: Understanding Heart Failure and Its Consequences

Heart Failure: A Silent but Deadly Disease Heart failure is a grave condition characterized by the heart’s inability to pump an adequate amount of blood throughout the body. Known as the “end station of heart disease,” it is a truly life-threatening ailment, with a staggering 60-70% of patients succumbing to it within a mere five […]

Discovery of 37 Rocks Floating around Asteroid Dimorphos after NASA’s DART Experiment

US Research Team Discovers 37 Rock Fragments Orbiting Asteroids: Hubble Telescope Reveals Startling Findings By [Journalist’s Name], [Newspaper Name] The Hubble Space Telescope (HST) has captured a remarkable image of the asteroid Dimorphos, unveiling 37 rock fragments that were propelled into space during NASA’s recent Double Asteroid Orbit Correction Experiment (DART). The DART mission, which […]

Study Reveals Genetic Mutation Linked to Increased Asymptomatic COVID-19 Cases

Research Shows Genetic Mutation Increases Likelihood of Asymptomatic COVID-19 UCSF Professor Hollenbach’s team makes breakthrough discovery A groundbreaking study conducted by a team led by UC San Francisco (UCSF) Professor Jill Hollenbach has revealed a significant finding in the battle against COVID-19. Approximately 20% of individuals infected with the virus show no symptoms, but the […]

Unveiling the Bean Sprout Classroom: A Tragic Tale of Teacher’s Rights Violation

Bean Sprout Classroom Struggles with Teaching Rights Violation The disheartening issue of the violation of teaching rights has greatly impacted Seoi Elementary School in Seocho-gu, Seoul. The recent tragic death of a teacher has sparked an extensive police investigation, with fellow teachers testifying to the problematic behavior and constant complaints from students’ parents. This situation […]

Fighting for Teaching Rights: Endless Civil Complaints in the Bean Sprout Classroom

A Tragic Incident at Seoi Elementary School Raises Concerns Over Teaching Rights’ Violation Within the bean sprout classroom at Seoi Elementary School in Seocho-gu, Seoul, a disturbing issue of ‘violation of teaching rights’ has painfully come to the fore. As the police continue to investigate the circumstances surrounding the untimely passing of a teacher, testimonies […]

Osong Underpass Faces ‘Miho River’ Flood After Delayed Maintenance Due to Bridge Construction

Osong Underpass Faces Severe Flooding from ‘Miho River’ The maintenance of Osong underpass in the Miho River region of Osong-eup, Cheongju-si, Chungcheongbuk-do has been plagued by delays due to ongoing bridge construction. This setback has resulted in a three-year delay in implementing flood preparation measures, leaving the area vulnerable to potential disasters. The decision to […]