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Sunday morning I boiled potatoes, finished the laundry, and piled in the jeep with two of my students. They’d won scholarships to study at Arizona State and I promised to carry them halfway. 1,038 more words


Last Month of Summer- It's not too late for your summer wardrobe!

It’s almost August 1st, which means we still have some hot weather in front of us, DC! New Arrivals from our midsummer shipment include our majestic full skirts, peplum tops, and A-line tops. 64 more words

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CDC Issues Travel Warning to Countries Impacted by Ebola Virus

(NEW YORK) — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued a travel advisory warning against non-essential travel to Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone… 217 more words

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Ebola outbreak prompts Canadian travel health notice but no ban

ABOVE: The CDC is warning travelers not to go to the West Africa nations affected by the growing Ebola outbreak

OTTAWA – Canada’s public health agency has issued a travel health notice about the Ebola outbreak in three African countries. 193 more words


The Psychological Toll of Ebola in Sierra Leone

In West Africa, the deadly Ebola outbreak is worsening daily. The U.N. announced Thursday that 1,323 people have been infected in Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria and Sierra Leone. 469 more words

Doctor with Ebola gives experimental serum to infected colleague

TORONTO – He went to West Africa to save lives and while helping patients battling Ebola, Dr. Kent Brantly became infected.

But he’s still putting others before himself: this week, a single dose of experimental serum to treat the deadly virus arrived in Liberia, and Brantly insisted that it be used on his colleague who also tested positive. 463 more words


Is it Ebola or is it psychological warfare? by Jon Rappoport, July 31, 2014


Now that the world has been put on notice about Ebola, it’s time to try facts instead of scare tactics.

The World Health Organization (WHO) is the primary reporting agency on case numbers and deaths.  590 more words