The authors obtained the data set from the Korea Center for Chronic Disease and Control, which owns the data. Readers can send requests for data to Tel: or Email: rk. To evaluate the prevalence and risk factors of myopia in adult Korean population. Data, including refractive errors and potential risk factors were analyzed. The prevalence of myopia and high myopia were
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At what age are you considered an adult in South Korea?
Phillip Clay was a boy of 8 when he left the Eunpyeong Orphanage in South Korea, beginning a new life as the adopted son of a Philadelphia couple in As he grew into adulthood he lacked direction, becoming trapped in a cycle of illegal drugs, jails, and mental-health centers. He lacked something else too: U. Deemed legally undocumented and marked by a lengthy criminal record, Clay was deported to Korea in During the next five years he struggled to speak the language and to make connections in the robust community of Korean adoptees who have returned to their homeland in search of identity and birth-parents. Two weeks ago, late on the night of May 21, Clay, 42, took an elevator to the 14th floor of an apartment building in the city of Ilsan.
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Adopted from Korea as a child, deported as an adult — Philly man takes his life
North Koreans could be at higher risk for their bone health because of previous periods of severe famine and the continuing low availability of food. A self-administered questionnaire included questions on age, the socioeconomic situation in North Korea NK and SK, the food security in NK and SK, and the health behaviors, dietary behaviors, and food frequency questionnaire administered in SK. A one-day hr recall was conducted and the results were analyzed by using CanPro. SPSS was used to analyze whether BMD and related dietary behaviors and nutrient intakes differed according to the groups. NG
Previously, incompetent or quasi-incompetent persons were registered with the family relationship registry, and they were prone to lose their all legal rights including rights to handle their personal welfares and financial affairs. Thus, the patients needing guardianship, called ward, or their family members used to avoid such registration due to social stigma. The new adult guardianship is designed to help decision capacity of the wards in the areas including property management, physical wellbeing, medical care, and other personal welfares. Furthermore, a person without mental problem may also benefit from using the adult guardianship program by preparing for incompetence which may occur to them in the future. There are three types of adult guardianship under the reformed Adult Guardianship Act in South Korea [ 2 ].