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  • Sweet and Citrusy: How to Bake Perfect Lemon Madeleines at Home Madeleines are a simple and easy-to-make snack that I often whip up. Today, I decided to make lemon ...
  • What Attracts Mosquitoes to You? Health Expert Reveals All Professor Lee Dong Kyu, who has studied mosquitoes for over 40 years at the Department of Public Hea ...
  • Chew on This: How Slow Eating Can Transform Your Health It’s no exaggeration to say that all diseases originate from our dietary habits, and this includes the way we consume our food. Everyone knows that chewing food slowly and thoroughly is beneficial to our health, but putting it into practice can be surprisingly difficult. To develop a habit of chewing slowly, it is essential to […]
  • Plant-Based Burger That Tastes Like Human Meat Hits the Market A hamburger designed to mimic the taste of human meat has recently been introduced.A European plant- ...
  • World's Most Powerful Passports Revealed: Japan Leads, North Korea Lags Japan, which allows visa-free entry to 193 countries, has again claimed the top spot in the world pa ...
  • Man Who Conquered Everest 30 Times and Counting A Sherpa, a member of the Tibetian people who guides trekkers and climbers of the Himalayan mountain ...
  • Seasonal Allergies: Why You Suffer and How to Stop It Allergic rhinitis associated with seasonal change is a common affliction that can disrupt many peopl ...
  • Online Shopping Addiction? More Americans Buying During Work Image TodayAfter the pandemic, remote working and online shopping are surging in the United States. ...
  • Marriage Reboot: Over Half of Married Couples Would Opt Out If Given a Second Chance A recent survey reveals that six out of ten married men and women in Korea would prefer to live alone or find another spouse if given another chance at marriage. The survey, conducted by Now’n’Survey under the theme of Satisfaction with Married Life in Korea, was conducted from the 26th of last month to the […]
  • Skinny on Fat: Why Looking Thin Doesn't Mean Being Healthy People commonly judge obesity based on a person's appearance or body shape. Many overweight individuals have health indicators that...
  • 10 Surprising Laws That Could Get You Arrested Abroad There is a saying, "When in Rome, Do as the Romans Do." Before traveling abroad, it is essential to ...
  • Why Do We Feel Moody at Night? 10 Important Role of Serotonin Have you ever felt more emotional at night or in the early morning? You might often cringe at the no ...
  • 10 Hidden Role of Pillows in a Good Night's Sleep Sleep is a vital part of our lives, accounting for about a third. Sleeping in an optimal environment ...
  • Double Trouble: Two APOE4 Genes Escalate Alzheimer's Onset DBResearch has shown that people with two APOE4 genes have a higher risk of Alzheimer's disease.The ...
  • Are Men with High Testosterone More Prone to Heart Disease? A recent study has shown that men with higher testosterone levels, a male hormone, are at greater ri ...
  • Ugly Truth About Using Hand Cream as a Face Moisturizer Hand cream is a must-have for those who frequently touch water or have rough hands. Some people, how ...
  • Scotland Offers $63,000 to Live on Stunning Islands - Here's Why Moving to an island in Scotland could earn you £50,000, sparking a buzz. According to the UK's The S ...
  • Get Ripped in Record Time: The Truth About Muscle Building It doesn’t take long for muscles to grow after starting strength training. Usually, the primary goal for people who engage in strength training is muscle growth. Therefore, the sense of achievement is mainly felt from changes in their muscle mass. However, most people with muscular bodies exercise for long periods, making it hard to tell […]
  • Tourists Turned Off by Rising Costs of Hawaii's Vacation Rentals Recently, the number of visitors to Hawaii has been dwindling due to the continuous rise in accommod ...
  • Blast Off to China: Rise of Space Tourism in Hainan The space tourism business in Wenchang, in Hainan Province, China, is making headlines.According to ...
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  • North Korea Sends ‘Filth Balloons’ into South Korean Territory: A Violation of the Armistice Agreement?
  • North Korea’s GPS Jamming and Missile Launches, Provocations Escalate
  • ILLIT’s ‘Magnetic’ Keeps Pulling Fans: Continues Its Hot Streak on Billboard and Spotify
  • Kim Jong Un’s Sister Mocks South Korea with Trash-Filled Balloons: Border Showdown Imminent?
  • Samsung Workers Strike for the First Time: A Historic Labor Showdown
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  • NCT Jaehyun Joins Lauv As Special Guest at Seoul Jazz Festival 2024
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