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  • Starfish
    Scientists may have solved sea star wasting mystery
    Scientists may have solved the mystery of why massive numbers of sea stars have been seen off the California coast since last year. Fortunately, San Diego only had a few instances of sea star wasting during this time. Most cases were seen north of...
  • green algae and swans
    If you live in Baltimore, Maryland, you might not want to go near the water
    Scientists from Johns Hopkins have discovered an algae virus, never before seen in people, that may subtly alter a range of cognitive functions including visual processing and spatial orientation in those who harbor it.It seems scientist from John...
  • The Ebola virus
    Ebola, your dog, and you
    Ebola virus: it’s all over the news and it’s scary. There is so much we don’t seem to know about it, there’s misinformation, and the hype by the news and media circus isn’t helping. Thus far, the average person doesn...
  • Rick Perry excited
    Texas has scientific common sense approach for those returning from Ebola areas
    Texas is delivering a common sense and science based approach for monitoring health care workers and others returning to the state from Ebola-endemic areas of the world, according to recommended guidelines announced by Governor Rick Perry Tuesday...
  • What Is a Trojan Horse?
    What Is a Trojan Horse?
    One of history’s great literary classics is Homer’sIliad, which tells the story of the Trojan horse—the wooden horse that the Greeks hid in to enter the city of Troy and take it over. Two thousand and some odd years later,...
  • CDC admits Ebola can be transmitted via a sneeze or cough
    CDC admits Ebola can be spread from a sneeze or cough
    The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has admitted that the deadly Ebola virus can be spread by a sneeze or cough. The CDC release a publication that indicates the Ebola virus can be transmitted via water droplets.From the CDC“Droplet spread...
  • Feds, Obama administration fear that Ebola can uncontrollably go airborne
    Feds, Obama administration fear that Ebola can uncontrollably go airborne
    In breaking news, Aaron Klein reported on WND on Tuesday that a lengthy document, which did not receive much media coverage that a U.S. government agency has warned that preliminary data shows that Ebola is aero-stable, which means it can survive...
  • ebola
    The mystery of emerging viruses can require decades, and detectives, to solve
    Part one of a two part investigationTen thousand are infected by Ebola. One hundred and forty-two people in contact with a dead Dallas, Texas Ebola victim are being monitored. A smaller number is quarantined. A Coast Guard helicopter is dispatched...
  • Ebola virus procedures
    Obama to hold beer summit with Ebola virus
    Yesterday, President Obama spoke to the nation about the Ebola crisis. President Obama did not apologize for his previous comment that, “In the unlikely event that someone with Ebola does reach our shores, we've taken new measures so...
  • 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, the deadly and contagious infection
    Ebola in Maryland: infected nurse transferred to NIH.
    On Thursday, October 16. 2014, Nina Pham, a nurse infected with the Ebola virus, is being transferred to the National Institute of Health center in Bethesda.The facility is located in Maryland, 20 minutes from Washington DC. The news made...
  • Ebola Virus not new: Discovered in 1976, but did not appear during certain years
    Ebola Virus not new: Discovered in 1976, but did not appear during certain years
    The Ebola Virus has everyone in the world wondering what is going to happen to the global population because of this new virus. However, there have been misconceptions with some people about its known existence, and in reality, it is certainly not...
  • Claim: Ebola virus disease is airborne
    Ebola virus disease: Experts say airborne infection 'possible,' but is it?
    With infection rates and deaths rising from contracting Ebola virus disease, the last thing anyone needs to hear is the dangerous strain -- responsible for over 4,000 deaths worldwide -- can be transmitted through the air. Some sources are...
  • Obama Ebola virus update: Strategy includes 'aggressive' response
    Obama hugs, kisses 'Ebola patient' nurses: Did POTUS risk infection?
    The President of the United States is putting his money where his mouth is by attempting to calm the rising tide of fear tied to the spread of Ebola disease and infection.Wednesday, Barack Obama convened top officials in his administration and...
  • Ebola Virus
    Ebola Patient flew hours before being admitted to Dallas hospital
    The second healthcare worker who treated Thomas Eric Duncan, America’s first Ebola death has also tested positive for the deadly Ebola virus. The CDC reports that she flew to Dallas from Cleveland on Frontier Airlines flight 1143 the night...