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Tattoos Apparently Cause Cancer And This Is The Worst Colour To Get

Sep 15, 2017 PM EDT - Elon A.

Tattoos Can Cause Cancer; Chemical Found In The Ink Has Been Studied; New Research Suggests

A current research suggests that ink that is being used in tattoos can lead to cancer.

Free Clinic In South Korea. (Photo By BSIP/UIG Via Getty Images)

Oct 27, 2016 AM EDT - YuGee

3 Out of 10 Koreans Suffer Chronic Diseases

Recent statistics show that three out of 10 Koreans suffer chronic diseases which include high blood pressure and that they spent an estimate of 21.3 trillion won (US $18.8 billion) in 2015, a report by the Korea Times stated.


Aug 24, 2016 AM EDT - YuGee

South Korea Verifies First Cholera Case in 15 Years

On Tuesday, the South Korean health authorities confirmed the first case of cholera in 15 years in Gwangju. This is the first time a local citizen has been infected with the disease without traveling overseas.

Samsung Endangered Employees Health in SK

Aug 11, 2016 AM EDT - Karen Lydelle Linaja

Samsung Endangered Employees Health in SK

Samsung Company in South Korea withhold from unwell staff and their families crucial information about the chemical compounds they are exposed to at its computer chip and show factories which is found by the Associated Press.

a Chipotle location in New York City

Mar 09, 2016 PM EST - Staff Reporter

Chipotle Shares Tumble Following Norovirus Outbreak At Billerica Restaurant

Investors in the Mexican fast food chain Chipotle may be feeling queasy on this week, after stock prices tumbled more than six percent following another incident of illness caused by the mishandling of food.

(Photo by: Adam Berry / Getty Images News) A recent study shows the correlation between long working hours and high blood pressure.

Jan 02, 2016 PM EST - Diana Tomale

Recent Study Shows Correlation Between Long Working Hours And High Blood Pressure

A recent study revealed that long working hours could raise risk of high blood pressure. It stated that people who spend more than 60 hours a week working are at high risk of high blood pressure.

(Photo by: JJ Harrison)

Jan 02, 2016 PM EST - Diana Tomale

Puerto Rico Reports First Case Of Mosquito-Transmitted Zika Virus

Health officials in Puerto Rico reported first case of Zika virus in the island. A congressman said there is no reason to alarm.

2015 Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival - Weekend 1 - Day 1

Jan 01, 2016 PM EST - Dheeraj Rawal

'Squatty Potty' Advertisement Featuring Unicorn Go Viral On YouTube! Sales Boost Up By 400 Percent

The new strategy has worked well for the company.

WHO Director-General Margaret Chan says nations could be held accountable for failure to adhere global health rules. (Author: Chatham House)

Nov 11, 2015 PM EST - Diana Tomale

World Health Organizations Says Government Could Be Held Accountable For Failure To Adhere Global Health Rules

WHO Director-General Margaret Chan says countries could be sanctioned for failure to adhere global health rules. Chan mentions South Korea for having poor health care standards that hasten the spread of MERS in the country.

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