Health


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.


Michigan State-Florida hoops series pushed back a year until 2018-19

Michigan State-Florida hoops series pushed back a year until 2018-19

They are 4-3 all-time against the Gators, including the 2000 national championship game victory. The Big Ten still has has a deal with ESPN to broadcast some of their games, so Ohio State won't be leaving the Worldwide Leader for Fox and the Big Ten Network entirely.



Ian Brady dead: Moors Murders investigation will never be closed, say police

Their first victim was 16-year-old Pauline Reade, who vanished on July 12 1963, on her way to a disco near her home in Gorton, Manchester. Head of the force's Cold Case Review Unit , Martin Bottomley, said officers would act on "credible and actionable" information which would help them find the body of 12-year-old Keith.


Microsoft warns ransom ware cyber-attack is a wake-up call

Microsoft warns ransom ware cyber-attack is a wake-up call

Shares in firms that provide cyber security services jumped on the prospect of companies and governments spending more money on defenses, led by Israel's Cyren Ltd and US firm FireEye Inc. "It's like after a robber enters your home". After taking computers over, the virus displayed messages demanding a payment of $300 in virtual currency Bitcoin to unlock files and return them to the user.



Producers make progress in planting corn, soybeans

Soybeans were firm, supported by strong export demand for US supplies despite a massive crop from South American producers Brazil and Argentina. "I don't see the value in being especially short corn and/or wheat at the bottom end of ranges which have held up relatively well over the last 3-6 months", said Tregg Cronin at Halo Commodity Company.


Road accidents are the biggest killer of young people

Road accidents are the biggest killer of young people

Flavia Bustreo, WHO assistant director-general. Two-thirds of the fatalities of 10- to 19-year-olds in 2015 were in low- and mid-income countries in Africa and Southeast Asia. Adolescent health needs intensify in humanitarian and fragile settings. As a result, they suffer malnutrition, unintentional injuries, pregnancies, diarrhoeal diseases, sexual violence, sexually-transmitted diseases and mental health issues.