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Becoming Human Again

I’ve wanted to write this post for a while but had my doubts (or maybe I was just going in circles about it in my head). 635 more words


Ebola Is an Unlikely Terrorist Biological Weapon


“Biological weapons look great in the movies, but they are difficult and expensive to develop in real life. That is why we have rarely seen them used in terrorist attacks. 359 more words

'I am a Liberian, not a virus': west Africans hit back against Ebola stigma

With Ebola panic spreading across the US, a social media campaign aims to counter discrimination

‘I am a Liberian, not a virus': west Africans hit back against Ebola stigma…

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Ebola and Dengue Fever are of the heamorrhagic virus family | they share the same: “No cure” wrongful diagnosis

Misinformation  (shared deliberately or in ignorance can be deadly)

  • “There is no cure for Ebola”.
  • “There is no cure for Dengue Fever”.

A mother, watching the pediatrician examining her new born baby, may be given an ill fated diagnosis; “There is no cure”. 1,091 more words

Dengue Fever

Ebola Tipping Point? Dispelling Myths And, Possibly, Less Hysteria More Than Virus

Ebola Tipping Point? Dispelling Myths And, Possibly, Significantly less Hysteria Over Virus

A Planet Overall health Organization worker trains nurses on how to use Ebola protective gear in Freetown, Sierra Leone. 20 more words

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Gov. Christie puts Ebola fears to rest, journalist declared Ebola-free

HACKENSACK, N.J. (PIX11) — Governor  Chris Christie put an Ebola scare in New Jersey to rest.  He said the 32-year-old Nigerian National who was screened at Newark Liberty airport for Ebola on Tuesday, shows no signs of the deadly virus. 202 more words


Sanguinem Non Habere Tempus

Sorry for appearing pretentious with the title, but I’m in one of those whimsical moods, characteristic of the end of a busy day, (so, more to come in future). 647 more words