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Emanuel Applauds Response To Sick Travelers From Liberia

CHICAGO (CBS) – As federal officials stepped up efforts to prevent an outbreak of Ebola in the U.S., Mayor Rahm Emanuel praised local health workers for the steps taken to quickly evaluate two people who became ill on flights to Chicago from West Africa. 810 more words

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CDC Introduces Expanded Screenings for Travelers Arriving from Ebola Affected Countries

Time: 6:50 p.m. CEST

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced expanded screening for all travelers who will arrive from the Ebola affected countries for 21 days. 145 more words

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All Travelers Coming to U.S. From Ebola-Hit Countries Will Be Monitored

All travelers entering the United States from Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone will now be actively monitored for Ebola-like symptoms by state and local health officials for 21 days upon landing in the U.S., the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced on Wednesday. 232 more words

White House Fence Jumper's Arraignment Delayed Over Mental-Health Concerns

The indictment of Omar Gonzalez — the man who jumped the White House fence last month — was delayed on Tuesday, after a judge ruled that his mental competence to stand trial remained uncertain. 129 more words

Ben Affleck’s Gone Girl gets a special screening for the Film Fraternity!

Movie lovers across the globe have been waiting with bated breath for what could be Ben Affleck’s best role till date in David Finchers Gone Girl… 237 more words

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Screening Colonoscopy vs. Diagnostic Colonoscopy?

On Jan. 1, 2011, the preventative services provision of the Affordable Care Act was extended, making all Medicare patients eligible for free, important preventive services – including colonoscopies. 803 more words

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