Daily Archives: January 6, 2023

2023-01-06: News Headlines

Geoff Watts (2023-01-07). [Obituary] Eldryd Hugh Owen Parry. thelancet.com Physician and founder of the Tropical Health and Education Trust. He was born in Cardiff, UK, on Nov 28, 1930 and died of pneumonia in London, UK, on Nov 13, 2022 aged 91 years.

Richard Horton (2023-01-07). [Comment] Offline: Health's intercultural turn. thelancet.com We are trapped in a linguistic cage from which few of us can escape. We rarely complain. We are comfortable in our epistemological prisons, especially those of us who languish in Anglophone confinement. If we break free, we are afforded an insight into a different world, one where the assumptions, practices, and outcomes might be so completely different from our own that we can only marvel at our own parochial limitations. Jaime Breilh is an Ecuadorian epidemiologist whose work is richly available in books and research articles in Latin America.

Editor (2023-01-06). Yoon Administration takes Jeju Massacre out of history textbooks. mronline.org Ministry of Education justified the move as "exploring the foundation of the Republic of Korea based on liberal democracy."

Andrew Korybko (2023-01-06). Kiev Rejected Russia's Orthodox Christmas Truce on False Pretexts. globalresearch.ca

Laurence M. Vance (2023-01-06). Ukraine Supporters Should Put Their Money Where Their Mouth Is. globalresearch.ca

Global Research News (2023-01-06). This Week's Most Popular Articles. globalresearch.ca

_____ (2023-01-06). South Korea and its cyber front. journal-neo.org Generally, when it comes to cybercrime, the author writes about North Korean hackers, but an overview of what the issue of hackers in the ROK in general looks like is also noteworthy. First, some general statistics on hacker attacks in the ROK. Back in 2021, following the attempted hacking of the Korea Atomic Energy Research …

Abayomi Azikiwe (2023-01-06). Jackson Water Crisis Continues Despite Federal Government Interventions. globalresearch.ca

Global Research News (2023-01-06). Selected Articles: What's Inside the Budget for the Secretive DARPA Agency? globalresearch.ca By DARPA was

imperial.ac.uk (2023-01-06). Scars mended using transplanted hair follicles in Imperial College London study. imperial.ac.uk Imperial researchers have found that hair follicle transplants can promote scar rejuvenation by altering their architecture and genetic makeup.

Jeremy Loffredo (2023-01-06). What's Inside the Budget for the Secretive DARPA Agency? globalresearch.ca

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano (2023-01-06). A Government That Assaults Liberty. globalresearch.ca

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-06). Science Saturday: 20-year review suggests athletes with genetic heart disease may return safely to competitive sports. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Athletes with a genetic heart disease are often disqualified from participating in competitive sports because of the perceived risk of sudden cardiac arrest. While the clinicians' intent may be understandable, is it necessarily the best approach? Mayo Clinic researchers conducted a review of athletes who were treated at Mayo during a 20-year period, and their findings published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings suggest that after the patient's condition has been properly evaluated and treated, an athlete's safe return to play is…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-06). NIH's All of Us Research Program returns health-related DNA results to participants. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org The National Institutes of Health's (NIH) All of Us Research Program has begun returning personalized health-related DNA results to more than 155,000 participants. The reports detail whether participants have an increased risk for specific health conditions and how their bodies might process certain medications. The All of Us Research Program collects participants' blood, urine, and saliva samples. These biosamples are stored and managed for research at a specialized All of Us Research Program biobank at Mayo Clinic. "It is rewarding for us at the…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-06). Ask the Mayo Mom: The eyes of a child. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org The retina is a thin layer of tissues, cells, and nerves that line the back wall inside the eye. This layer has millions of light sensing cells that receive and organize visual information according to the Mayo Clinic. On this Ask the Mayo Mom edition of the Q&A podcast, host Dr. Angela Mattke is joined by Dr. Brittni Scruggs, an ophthalmologist at Mayo Clinic Children's Center. Dr. Scruggs is a physician, surgeon, and scientist with a research…

Prof. Farrah Hassen (2023-01-06). A Year of Global Displacement. globalresearch.ca

Zero Hedge (2023-01-06). California Bill to Punish Doctors for 'False' COVID-19 Information Goes Into Effect. globalresearch.ca

Monica Moorehead (2023-01-06). Incarcerated lives endangered in freezing conditions. workers.org In analyzing the heroic 1992 Los Angeles Rebellion, Sam Marcy, the late chairperson of Workers World Party, wrote in the pamphlet: "A Marxist Defense of the L.A. Rebellion" that "Marxism differs from all forms of bourgeois sociology in this most fundamental way: All bourgeois social sciences are directed at covering . . . |

John Catalinotto (2023-01-06). 2022: Year of the working class in the USA. workers.org This article was published Jan. 1, 2023, on the sites of La Pluma and Tlaxcala. The working class in the United States burst into action in 2022. Warehouse workers at Amazon, baristas at Starbucks, prisoners, coal miners, nurses, teachers, graduate students and more organized and resisted capital. Many went on . . . |

WSWS (2023-01-05). UK government announces new anti-strike laws for education, health, transport, and other workers. wsws.org A front-page report in the Times—published the day the statement was released in clear coordination with the government, said, "Employers would be able to sue unions, and union members who were told to work under the minimum service requirement but refused to do so could be dismissed."

Dr. Chandra Muzaffar (2023-01-05). The UN General Assembly Drags Israel to the World Court. globalresearch.ca

Dr. Paul Craig Roberts (2023-01-05). The Disastrous Events of the Year 2022 Will Plague Us for as Long as We Exist. globalresearch.ca

Global Research News (2023-01-05). Selected Articles: The Disastrous Events of the Year 2022 Will Plague Us for as Long as We Exist. globalresearch.ca By The unprecedented raid on President Trump's home revealed the Gestapo State that has replaced American …

Hans Stehling (2023-01-05). The Likud Party of Netanyahu, A Terrorist Organisation? globalresearch.ca

Isheka N. Harrison (2023-01-05). Scientists At University Of Buffalo: America's Anti-Black Racism Hurts Romantic Relationships, Stability. moguldom.com It's no secret that anti-Black racism is bad for one's mental and physical health. A newly released study found it also impacts the health of romantic relationships in a significant way. The Journal of Social Science & Medicine published the study by researchers from the University of Buffalo that followed data that tracked two generations …

Jeremy Kuzmarov (2023-01-05). Eight-Year-old Debunked Lie Blaming Russia for Shooting Down Malaysian Passenger Flight in 2014 Is Given New Life by Dutch Judge. globalresearch.ca

Kurt Nimmo (2023-01-05). Ukraine's Intelligence Boss Predicts Further Attacks Deep Inside Russia. globalresearch.ca

Kurt Nimmo (2023-01-05). Is the US Responsible for the Attack on Makiivka in Donetsk? globalresearch.ca

Pepe Escobar (2023-01-05). Will Confucius Marry Marx? The Quest for Legitimacy in Chinese Politics. globalresearch.ca

Staff (2023-01-05). Groundwork's Michael Mitchell Previews Final Jobs Report of 2022. commondreams.org Ahead of tomorrow's December Jobs Report, Groundwork's Director of Policy and Research Michael Mitchell released the following statement, cautioning that additional rate hikes will bring more pain to workers and push our economy into a Fed-manufactured recession: "As workers and families are struggling with higher prices, Chair Powell is hell-bent on bringing down wages and …

The Conversation (2023-01-05). Why Many Turkish People who migrated to European Countries are worse off than those who stayed at Home. juancole.com By Sebnem Eroglu, University of Bristol | (The Conversation) Many people migrate to another country to earn a decent income and to attain a better standard of living. But my recent research shows that across all destinations and generations studied, many migrants from Turkey to European countries are financially worse off than those …

WSWS (2023-01-05). An interview with historian Christian Gerlach on the Nazi war of annihilation against the Soviet Union. wsws.org Christian Gerlach, who has done pioneering research into the Nazi war against the Soviet Union and the Holocaust, spoke to the WSWS about his work.

Adriaan Alsema (2023-01-05). Inflation in Colombia soared to 13.1% in December. colombiareports.com Inflation in Colombia soared to 13.1% in the last month of 2023, the highest rate since March 1999, according to the statistics agency. Colombia's average inflation rate was 10.15% last…

JANET (2023-01-05). International forum honors Filipino revolutionary leader, Ka Joma. iacenter.org By Monica Moorehead January 2, 2023 A standing room only forum, "Ka Joma Lives: International Proletarian Revolutionary Leader, Theoretician, Teacher and Poet in the Service of the People," was held in tribute to the Filipino leader, Professor Jose Maria Sison, in Amsterdam Dec. 23. Credit: Nahendra Khadka Ka (Comrade) Joma died on Dec. 16 at age 83 in a hospital in the Netherlands, where he was forced into exile in 1988 by the reactionary Philippine government. Sison was imprisoned in the Philippines in 1977 for nine years but was released following the ouster of the U.S.-backed dictator, Ferdinand Marcos. The U…

Peoples Dispatch (2023-01-05). Daily Round-up | Sudanese teachers stage strike demanding wage hike & other stories. peoplesdispatch.org In this episode, we take a look at teachers' protests in Sudan, the killing of a teen by Israeli forces, British rail workers going on strike, and the impending release of Puerto Rican political prisoner Ana Belen Montes…

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