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Infection 101: Quarantine Ebola Hot Spots

Infection 101: Quarantine Ebola hot spots

President Obama and the CDC have decided to allow incoming flights from Ebola hot zone regardless of their potential toxic nature. 393 more words

REPOST: How the world ignored Africa’s Ebola tragedy

Ebola, the deadly virus that has held the world hostage, serves as a lesson on how governments should have acted swiftly in providing aid to Western African nations which have been hit the hardest by the disease. 1,203 more words

Brett Belchetz: Why Ebola scares me

In December 2013, a two-year-old boy in the nation of Guinea became ill with an unknown hemorrhagic illness, and died soon after. Within days, most of his family became similarly ill, with the boy’s mother, sister and grandmother passing away within weeks. 903 more words

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Vibrant Capitalism Promotes Public Health

When it comes to “diseases of poverty,” Bryan Caplan knows that the right prescription has nothing to do with redistribution and everything to do with creating conditions that foster capitalism and economic growth. 385 more words

Black Plague Two

Black Plague Two

One of the deadliest viruses in the history of mankind has found its way to our shores. Ebola, named for the river where it was first identified, moves through its victims with no mercy, leaving a shell of a human being behind. 517 more words

How to Launder Money, What Carl Icahn Really Wants and More #Mustreads

Happy Friday!

Here’s some good Internet stuff to help you close out the work week, brought to you by Re/code:

  1. Odds are you’ve probably seen a TV show or two where money laundering happens.
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How To Avoid Catching Ebola

As the days go by, the threat of Ebola sounds more real. This may be because it’s made it’s way to Europe and America in isolated incidents, and therefore gets more coverage. 611 more words