Bill Douglass wrote:
> place, though: all Cantonese, a small indicator of the continual worldwide
> rise in popularity of this delicious and healthy Japanese dish, which in the
Delicious, very much yes, healthy, somewhat doubtful, especially in regions
removed from shorelines. You should also check out the raised incidence of
gastric cancer in Nippon, possibly attributable to misled parasites. They
don't survive for long since in the wrong host, but apparently they do manage
to create some havoc in the process.
"In the United States and the Western world generally, duodenal ulcer is much
more common than gastric ulcer, occurs more often in men than in women,
and is aggravated by nervous tension and fatigue. In Japan, gastric ulcer is
more common than duodenal ulcer and is thought to be related to the raw fish
and acetic acid pickles of the traditional diet."
> _FP_ article is enlisted as a sort of metaphor for modern globalization.
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