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Los Angeles walks for Polycystic Kidney Disease
Walkers will gather in Beach Park, Santa Monica, walking two miles to raise money and awareness for polycystic kidney disease, one of the most common and life threatening genetic diseases (PKD). The walk will be one of 50 walks nationwide...
Texas spa owner uses essential oils to defend against epidemics
There are almost 2,000 different microbes capable of causing disease in humans and several “non-infectious” diseases now being linked to previous exposure to microbial infection, drug resistance is an ever-increasing challenge.Outbreaks of Ebola, EV...
Second American Diagnosed with Ebola in Dallas
October 12, 2014Less than a week after the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the United States died from the disease, a nurse from the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas has tested positive for the disease. According to health officials...
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...
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