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Genes Influence How Mice React to Ebola, Study Says in ‘Significant Advance’ by GINA KOLATA


This is the first time scientists have been able to breed mice that developed Ebola infections resembling those in humans complete with some puzzling features seen in people. 12 more words


A Workout for the Mind by PAULA SPAN


Improved perceptions of aging can lead to increases in physical strength, an unusual study finds.

Published: October 29, 2014 at 08:00PM

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The Exchange vs the Regulator

Californians get to settle an obscure health wonk debate during the November 7th election: are health insurance premiums better moderated by an active purchase marketplace or by fiat of an independently elected commissioner. 332 more words


Paul Parmar - A Skillful Business Strategist from New York

Paul Parmar is a world renowned business strategist and global entrepreneur. He is the founding partner and chairman of the $3.3 billion company Pegasus Blue Star. 219 more words

Paul Parmar

Amazing Varanasi on the River Ganges India

After four wonderful nights, we left Srinigar, Kashmir, spent a night in Delhi and then flew to Varanasi. Varanasi is the Hindu religion… 990 more words


dralfoldman reblogged this on Dr Alf's Blog and commented:

Looking back, this is worth a read. It’s one of our most popular travel blogs.

Libertarians Beware! It’s a Set-Up!

I’ve been noticing something lately that worries me. And to make matters worse, I think I might be on the other side of this one from my hero Ron Paul and even the great… 1,757 more words

Libertarianism / Anarcho-capitalism

'Selfless' Ebola Nurse Kaci is actually utterly selfish. Three weeks in quarantine won’t kill her – and it might just save someone's life

From Daily Mail
By Piers Morgan for MailOnline | Published: 10:23 EST, 29 October 2014 | Updated: 20:31 EST, 29 October 2014

It’s not hard to take sides in the Battle of Ebola Quarantine. 426 more words