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Hopkins To Help Design Ebola Guide For Nurses

BALTIMORE (AP) — Johns Hopkins Medicine says it has been asked to lead a group to design a Web-based program on Ebola protocols for health workers. 82 more words


The BEST Resources for Gifted Children


The National Association for Gifted Children has excellent resources for parents to help support and advocate for gifted education.  The site tackles motivation and learning, social and emotional issues, young bright children, and even a Gifted Children’s Bill of Rights.   297 more words

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Day 32 Post Transplant

Today is day 32 post transplant!!! I am tired but feeling better. This is the first time I have a day off and I don’t have to go to the hospital!!! 280 more words


Fight Against Ebola Goes High-Tech In Md.

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The fight against Ebola has gone high-tech. Baltimore has actually been ground zero to test new technology.

Mary Bubala reports it’s now being used to decontaminate hospital rooms in Dallas, where the first U.S. 311 more words


Show Me the Money: A Cynical Look at Gene Testing

(note: while this post is somewhat cynical, usually I have a favorable opinion of humans in general)

Recently, an associate asked me about the new “suicide gene” discovered this summer. 607 more words


MN Doctor: U.S. Response To Ebola 'Woefully Inadequate'

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A Minnesota expert on infectious diseases is criticizing the handling of the Ebola outbreak.

A symposium on the Ebola crisis was held today at Johns Hopkins in Maryland. 163 more words