Health

Scientists warn of parasite that could be in your sushi

Scientists warn of parasite that could be in your sushi

Sushi has grown in popularity around the world, and along with it the risk of ingesting a parasite that can be found lurking in raw fish. "It's a lot of hype", Dr. The actual infection occurs when a parasite invades the stomach wall or intestines and latches on causing symptoms of stomach pain, nausea and vomiting, according to the CDC.



Global cyber attack affects 200000 victims - Europol chief

The Japan Computer Emergency Response Team Coordination Center, a nonprofit providing support for computer attacks, said 2,000 computers at 600 locations in Japan were reported affected so far, citing an affiliate foreign security organization that it can not identify.


Sheriff: Body is missing 8-year-old South Carolina girl

Sheriff: Body is missing 8-year-old South Carolina girl

The child was last seen at her home in Bennettsville on May 4, according to Marlboro County deputies. The body was identified through DNA records, Lemon said. Harrington is expected to be charged with the little girl's murder. The coroner reportedly ruled Iyana's death a homicide but has not yet released the specific cause of death.



Wood's what if? Labour's 'radical and responsible' government

The document stated that a Department for Housing, separated from the Department for Communities and Local Government, would provide focus on the party's pledge to build one million new homes as well as reviewing national standards and affordability of homes.


Minnesota legislators, governor meet to negotiate budget

Minnesota legislators, governor meet to negotiate budget

Jenifer Loon, R-Eden Prairie, chair of the House Education Finance Committee. Dayton and Republicans are divided on the makeup of the approximately $46 billion spending plan. It was among five budget bills Gov. Mark Dayton vetoed Friday, May 12. But Republicans criticized Dayton for asking to pay for roads with a license tab fee increase - a proposal Daudt believed "has been off the table for some time".



Korea reports on Moon

The call to Moon took place just a day after he took office and comes amid increased regional tensions over North Korea as well as the deployment of a U.S. While taking the oath of office Wednesday, Moon said he's open to visiting North Korea under the right conditions. Moon is a liberal who advocates a more conciliatory approach to North Korea compared with his conservative predecessor.