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  • Georgia Governor declares a state of emergency due to flooding in 2009
    Faith-based organizations gear up for disaster in Gwinnett
    As reported by 11alive, the National Weather Service announced less than a week ago that six tornadoes touched down in the metro Atlanta area during the latest episode of severe weather. In Alpharetta where one of the EF-1tornados touched down,...
  • DHS announces travel restrictions related to Ebola
    DHS announces travel restrictions related to Ebola
    On October 21, 2014, the Department of Homeland Security announced travel restrictions, allegedly designed “to prevent the spread of Ebola to the United States.” The new measures are set to be implemented starting on Oct. 22, 2014.The...
  • The Ugly Racism of Ebola
    The Ugly Racism of Ebola
    No the disease is an equal opportunity killer. It, Ebola doesn’t care if the doctor or caregiver is black or white. Of course poverty and ignorance help to spread the disease. Not to mention Rick Perry’s deregulation paradise, Texas....
  • CDC tells people not to drink chlorine or bleach as a cure for Ebola
    CDC tells people not to drink chlorine or bleach as a cure for Ebola
    On October 20, 2014, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in anticipation of the arrival of the newly appointed Ebola Czar, produced new factsheets about Ebola. The first creation notifies the health workers of alleged “rumors...
  • Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital nurses
    CDC changes Ebola guidelines
    Under fire for the handling of the first patient diagnosed with Ebola in America, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced Monday changes to its current Ebola guidelines, including better training, oversight and...
  • Vaccines Cause Autism: The CDC WhistleBlower and Parent Reactions
    Vaccines Cause Autism: The CDC WhistleBlower and Parent Reactions
    “We now live in a nation where doctors destroy health, lawyers destroy justice, universities destroy knowledge, governments destroy freedom, the press destroys information, religions destroy morals, and our banks destroy the economy” ...
  • Ebola epidemic: Death toll tops 4,500 as Obama urges not to give in to hysteria
    Ebola epidemic: Death toll tops 4,500 as Obama urges not to give in to hysteria
    A new set of numbers was produced by the World Health Organization (WHO) Friday signifying the extent to which the deadly Ebola virus has cut into the population of three West African countries -- Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Liberia. Agence France...
  • Ebola and you: three facts you should know about this disease
    Ebola and you: three facts you should know about this disease
    If you live in Washington state, the recent news that Harborview Medical Center is ready to accept Ebola patients sounds scary. Why? This infectious disease marked by fever and severe internal bleeding continues to devastate Africa and who in...
  • Hazmat suits
    Health officials need to re-read their mission statements and fight Ebola
    In one of the sickest new trends, stores and online sites are offering “Ebola themed” Halloween costumes for sale. Most of these costumes are copies of Hazmat suits, although some people are actually dressing up as some of the more...
  • Georgia governor creates Ebola response team
    Georgia governor creates Ebola response team
    In breaking news, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal announced on Sunday that he will sign an executive order to create an Ebola response team, which will assess current state health and emergency management procedures and produce necessary...
  • CDC guidelines are flawed
    CDC guide for reducing Ebola risks among health professionals filled with errors
    AsLU Staff notedin an earlier post, an "Ebola situation assessment" released by theWorld Health Organizationreveals that theincubation period for the disease is 42 days— not 21 as previously reported. The WHO document further notes...
  • Ebola
    The Ebolanization of a planet
    How gullible and naïve can humanity become about fear tactics designed to distract us from real priorities? Year to date we are approaching 4,700 Ebola related deaths and that is only this year since the outbreak. Most prior years back to Ebola...
  • Ebola is no joke in Texas
    Ebola is no joke in Texas
    Comedians, radio and talk show hosts and even television and movies going back to the early 1970’s have joked about the dreaded Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever.When Political Correctness was less than its own current epidemic, comedians thought...
  • As Ebola spreads, more call for travel and visa bans
    As Ebola spreads, more call for travel and visa bans
    More than 6,000 U.S. visas were issued to people in Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea since the outbreak of Ebola in those African countries.Incredibly, the State Department continues to approve visas from the disease-stricken nations. Senate...
  • No ban
    As Ebola travel ban debate heats up, Obama doubles down on position
    Yesterday,North CarolinaSenator Kay Hagan, who hadpreviously praised the CDC's "guidance" on Ebola, joined thegrowing chorus of voices calling for atravel ban on flights intothe U.S. from West Africa. Ina statement, the Democrat said...