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  • Ebola outbreak 2014 update: Is it too late for a vaccine to help?
    Ebola outbreak 2014 update: 'Too late' for vaccine, WHO warns rising virus cases
    The latest Ebola outbreak 2014 update is a bleak one for U.S. citizens and world populations like. According to Jobs n Hire News this Sunday, October 19, 2014, some health experts are saying it is “too late” for a virus vaccine to...
  • The Fearbola outbreak has made it to US, says news source
    'Fearbola' outbreak hits U.S.: Americans suffer from Ebola fears, says news host
    An outbreak of a new “disease” known as “Fearbola” has made its way to U.S. shores, argues one news host and CNN contributor. Mel Robbins’ tongue-in-cheek comments are going viral after she spoke this week about the...
  • What are "We the People" going to do?
    What is Africa saying about Ebola and what about 'We the People of the US'?
    How careless can some US citizens be when they have the possibility to be exposed to a disease that could be spread to many people especially if they’re not sure of being infected? Why is the United States being so lackadaisical when it...
  • Ebola Awareness event in Liberia
    Doctors Support Travel Ban from West Africa According to SERMO Poll
    Before the latest victims of the ebola virus in the US were made known, SERMO, the leading social network of fully verified, licensed physicians in the U.S., announced the results of recent polling of the SERMO physician community about the Ebola...
  • Chris Brown on Ebola outbreak 2014: 'Population Control'
    Chris Brown joins Louis Farrakhan on claims Ebola epidemic 'population control'
    Celebrities, as they often do, use their status’ to directly or indirectly impact public opinion on various topics and agendas. Monday, singer Chris Brown followed suit and left a rather disturbing message on Twitter aimed at the Ebola...
  • Liberia races to build Ebola treatment centers
    Health care worker at same Dallas hospital tested positive for Ebola
    Health officials are rushing to identify anyone who has been in contact with a health care worker at the Dallas hospital that provided care for the Ebola patient last week. The worker has been tested positive for the disease according to the Texas...
  • Ten facts proving immigrant children aren't spreading Enterovirus
    Ten facts proving immigrant children aren't spreading Enterovirus
    You've probably heard political pundits contending that the recent outbreak of Enterovirus 68 in the Midwest originated from unaccompanied immigrant children who settled there after being released by U.S. Border Patrol. We decided to look into...
  • Man dies in the US from Ebola
    Texas Ebola patient dies – where does that leave US citizens?
    Thomas Eric Duncan, the man who contracted the Ebola virus and recently traveled to Dallas from Liberia Africa, died early Wednesday morning (October 4, 2014) in Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital from the disease after being treated for 10 days....
  • Infection control measures necessary to prevent spread of Ebola
    Lessons learned from 1976 Ebola outbreak: Change practices
    Ebola outbreaks can be reduced by taking measures to lower community transmission and changing behavior in people living in affected areas, according to a group of researchers who dealt with the first known outbreak of Ebola in 1976.A recently...
  • Sylvia Mathews Burwell
    Illusion of controlling Ebola
    Sorry, not to be cynical, but I know better. The Obama administration did what they had to do. They marched out the top of the their healthcare chain of command to present a blitz of mature appearing confidence that government is in control of the...
  • 1918 Flu epidemic
    Fears of American Ebola outbreak misguided, experts say
    There is a scene in George Roy Hill’s classic film, "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid," where Robert Redford’s Sundance expresses his reservations about leaping off a cliff and into the river below in order to evade the...
  • Ebola Workers wearing protective gear in Sierra Leone
    Is Ebola spiraling out of control?
    A recent ABC report posted online on August 18, 2014 is detailing the latest events involving therecent outbreak of Ebola in West Africa. Eerily, there seems to be some rather deadly parallels between this recent health crisis and the early days...
  • E Coli
    E Coli Outbreak at Lake Calhoun
    The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board has closed down part of Lake Calhoun due to an E Coli Outbreak. The beach branch is called Calhoun 32nd Beach, and the specific location can be found at the Park and Rec homepage.bit.ly/1nsrQgGMost of the...
  • Ebola victims come to US
    Is the Ebola virus too close to home?
    Some people are very concerned about the two Americans, who contracted the deadly Ebola virus while doing medical and missionary work over in Africa. The concern is not necessarily focused on the recovery of the two victims, but the major...
  • Ebola
    Fear swirls as man in New York is tested for deadly Ebola virus
    On Monday, The Blaze reported that fears of a potential outbreak of Ebola are "swirling" upon news that a man is being tested for the deadly disease at New York's Mount Sinai Hospital. According to The Blaze, the man displayed Ebola...