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Divided Families

Korean Americans Urge Reunion of Families Divided Due to Korean War

"This old grandma has a dream too. My dream is to step on the grounds of my hometown one more time. When Korea is unified once again, I really want to go back to my hometown." Such were the words of Hee-Bok Kim, an elderly woman in her 90s whose family was divided during the Korean War.

Christianity Daily 12th anniversary

Photos: Christianity Daily Celebrates Its 12th Anniversary

In celebration of its 12th anniversary, Christianity Daily hosted a gathering at a hotel in Los Angeles on January 22nd. The publication has grown to several branches across the U.S. since its establishment on January 23, 2004, and currently also has a news broadcast through Radio Korea. Christianity Daily, originally an exclusively Korean publication, started its English publication in January of 2010. Some 100 first, ‘1.5,’ and second generation Korean American church leaders attended the service.

Lyme Disease

Half of U.S. Counties in Danger of Lyme Disease due to Carrier Ticks

A new report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has confirmed that Lyme disease has spread to almost half of the counties in the United States. According to the agency, areas in the country that previously did not have this disease are now in danger of being affected by this infection.

The Division

Devs Explain Why ‘The Division’ will Not Feature Brooklyn at Launch

Developer Ubisoft has confirmed that the upcoming game "Tom Clancy's The Division" will be set in one borough of New York City. The studio noted that the launch version of the game will not include Brooklyn, which is the primary setting of the game's demo and trailer.


Leafy Green Vegetables Found to Decrease Risk of Glaucoma

A new study has revealed that a diet composed of green leafy vegetables is effective against the development of the most prevalent type of glaucoma. According to the researchers who carried out the study, this finding can significantly help those at risk of going blind due to this eye disease

John Bel Edwards

Louisiana Governor Expands Obamacare to the State Through Executive Order

As of January 14, 2016, Governor John Bel Edwards advocates Obamacare to the state of Louisiana by expanding Medicaid, which is to be effective by July 1, 2016. Obamacare, also known as Affordable Care Act (ACA), is a healthcare reform law that aims to care for the health of U.S. citizens.

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