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Mattel introduces Barbie's new look for this year. (Photo by Studio Fernanda Calfat/Getty Images)

Feb 02, 2016 PM EST - Diana Tomale

Toy Company Mattel Introduces Barbie’s New Look: Petite, Tall, Curvy With Seven Different Skin Colors

Mattel Inc. introduces Barbie's fresh looks - petitie, tall, curvy with different skin tones, hairstyles and eye colors.

A man attempts to commit suicide. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Jan 29, 2016 AM EST - Diana Tomale

Survey Says Most Suicidal People Send Warning Signs Before Committing Suicide

A survey revealed most suicidal people show signs to their loved ones before taking their own lives.

Aside from difficulty in movement and coordination, children with cerebral palsy also suffer mental retardation. (Photo by China Photos/Getty Images)

Jan 28, 2016 AM EST - Dalal Nasif

Seoul National University Professor Discovers That A Group Of Antibiotics Could Prevent Cerebral Palsy In Unborn Babies

A professor from Seoul is gaining recognition for his breakthrough contributions in preventing cerebral palsy. Through his research, no baby is born with the disorder in Seoul National University Hospital where he works as a doctor.

World's oldest man dies at 112 years old. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

Jan 23, 2016 PM EST - Dalal Nasif

World’s Oldest Man Yasutaro Koide Dies At The Age Of 112 In Japan

The world’s oldest man identified by Guinness World Records died on Tuesday at the age of 112 years old – just two months before his 113th birthday. Japan is more likely to hold the title again as a Tokyo native is currently at the age of 111.

Plastic Garbages are taking over the homes of fish in the oceans faster than what was thought of (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)

Jan 25, 2016 AM EST - Dalal Nasif

Fishermen More Likely To Catch Plastic Garbage Instead of Fish In The Oceans By 2050, World Economic Forum Says

The World Economic Forum and many environmental experts warn that humans might face the consequences of reckless ocean dumping of plastics in the next 35 years.

Blood supply in South Korean hospitals deplete rapidly as post-holiday surgeries increase. (Photo by Erik S. Lesser/Getty Images)

Jan 18, 2016 AM EST - Jean Marie Abellana

Blood Supply In South Korean Hospitals Plunge Due To The Influx Of Post-Holiday Surgeries

Hospitals in South Korea are now facing a rapid decrease in blood reserves, tjhe Korea Joong Ang Daily reported Friday.

Many South Koreans are stressed out by financial and unemployment probles, report says. (Photo by Dan Istitene/Getty Images)

Jan 18, 2016 AM EST - Ma Elena Garcia

Economic Problems And Unemployment Are The Main Causes Of Stress Among South Koreans

A report published on Thursday by the Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs (KIHASA) indicated that financial stress including unemployment and financial insecurity postretirement causes anxiety among many South Koreans.

Two robots cook noodles in a restaurant on December 24, 2015 in Shanghai, China. (Photo by China FotoPress/Getty Images)

Jan 16, 2016 PM EST - Ma Elena Garcia

Sci-fi author Logan Streondj Warns That Ultra-Intelligent Robots Could Outnumber Humans

Sci-fi author Logan Streondj from Toronto, Canada, has warned of a robot uprising in 2040 that could result in conflicts between humans and the robots.

The Planetary Defense Coordination Office is primarily tasked with tracking comets and asteroid that pass near Earth's orbit and formulate defense plans in case of an impact. (Photo by ESA via Getty Images)

Jan 15, 2016 PM EST - Jean Marie Abellana

NASA Sets Up Planetary Defense Coordination Office To Defend Earth From Asteroids, Comets

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has set up a Planetary Defense Coordination Office under its Planetary Science Division.

Changes In The Curriculum Of Elite Public Schools In The U.S. Draw Mixed Criticism (Photo by David Davis/Getty Images)

Jan 16, 2016 PM EST - Jean Marie Abellana

Changes in The Curriculum Of Elite Public Schools In The U.S. Draw Mixed Criticism

The issue about over-achievement in some of the elite schools in the United States has fueled debates among school districts. For some, this issue is a strong call for curriculum changes and redesigns.

Buddha statue. (Photo by Dea Picture Library/Getty Images)

Jan 14, 2016 PM EST - Ma Elena Garcia

Cultural Heritage Administration Names Paintings and Scriptures From The Goryeo Dynasty As National Treasures

The centuries-old artifacts from the Goryeo Dynasty paintings and scriptures have been named National Treasures, the Cultural Heritage Administration said Thursday.

South Korea's Jindo dogs have been farmed for their meat and are later sold in markets. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Jan 14, 2016 PM EST - M.R. Aguilar

Jindo Dogs in South Korea Are Facing Cruelty, Resident Brings The Issue to Social Media

About twenty stray South Korean Jindo dogs are found confined in rusty cages in a chicken farm and have reportedly been feed with nothing but dead chickens for almost a year.

DMZ

Jan 12, 2016 PM EST - Ji Hyun Joo

Town Near DMZ To Open For Artists Participating In Annual Exhibition Project

The DMZ Art Project will allow artists to live in a border town to fully experience the area.

Park Chan-wook

Jan 12, 2016 PM EST - Ji Hyun Joo

Korean Filmmakers Are Going Back In Time

Period pieces will be the main focus in 2016.

Iranian Embassy exhibits literary pieces to introduce South Koreans to the country's culture and art. (Photo by Majid Saeedi/Getty Images)

Jan 12, 2016 PM EST - Jean Marie Abellana

Iranian Embassy In Seoul Organizes Exhibit To Present 1000-Year-Old Literary Masterpieces

The art exhibitions held at the Seoul Metropolitan Library will be able to pave the way for the people of South Korea, including the elites, to become familiar with the culture, history, art, and literature of the Iranians.

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