In South Korea, tattoos are commonly viewed as satanic corruptions of the temple of one’s bodies. One way that South Korea’s legal system discourages tattoos through overwhelming obstacles is by requiring tattoo artists to possess medical doctor’s licenses.
Perhaps nothing represents the political, ethnic, and economic duality of the West Bank better than Israel’s dissemination of the COVID vaccine, which has strictly prioritized the vaccination of its settlers over the many Palestinians living in the West Bank.
While there are numerous issues occurring in Ethiopia, the most dire one is the possibility of a humanitarian crisis. According to official reports by the UNHCR, a full-scale humanitarian crisis is quickly unfolding in the nation. Hundreds of people have died in the clashes between the two sides, and tens of thousands of people have been displaced.
Stem cells are the body’s means of regeneration, and they naturally exist within many organs. They can be artificially derived from adult tissues (i.e. bone marrow) but also from embryos that are unused in in-vitro fertilization (IVF). Because many diseases are the result of cell death or improper cell programming, the use of stem cells as a tool to create healthy cells within the body has limitless possibilities.