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Newsweek features Kathie Glass in this week's edition
Posted on October 2 Newsweek featured Kathie Glass, the Libertarian candidate for governor, in an article about the ebola case in Dallas, Texas and included an oversized photo of her big yellow "Texas 254 Tour" bus with her...
Ebola entering America: Worst case scenario becomes reality
Waiting a few days before analyzing the situation, the Ebola event began with a Liberian visitor arriving in Texas, and soon becoming ill, visiting the hospital and being misdiagnosed and sent home. All the while, the patient was spreading exposure...
Eastern equine encephalitis kills four horses in Ohio
Ohio's state veterinarian, Dr. Tony Forshey,announced Tuesday thatfour horses in northeast Ohio have died from eastern equine encephalitis. This virus, also known as EEE, is a mosquito-borne disease that attacks the central...
Ebola outbreak: WFP rushes food aid to restricted areas
The UN World Food Programme (WFP) is launching a relief mission to feed around 1 million people in countries affected by the deadly Ebola virus. This will include restricted access areas in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.Over one thousand...
Ebola scare comes to America
Kent Brantly, the American M.D. now receiving aggressive treatment for the deadly and feared Ebola virus at a hospital in Atlanta, is apparently “improving and in good spirits.” This is according to the former Liberian aid worker...
30 CDC employees catch mystery virus at Atlanta office
30 employees of a Centers for Disease Control (CDC) office, based in Atlanta, were sent home sick last Friday, all suffering from an unidentified virus, and urged to work from home until at least Thursday, it was quietly announced by...
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