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During the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic, as many as 100 million people died — up to 5 percent of the world’s population. If a similar outbreak were to happen today, the death toll could reach 360 million, despite the availability of vaccines as well as… 24 more words

All eyes on the summer Olympics

Our world is constantly changing. As technology advances, people and communities that have historically been far from each other, can easily communicate and collaborate with one another. 296 more words

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GeoBlue Mobile Phone App Travels With You...

GeoBlue Mobile App Empowers Members to be Prepared

With the GeoBlue mobile app, members can quickly research information while preparing for a trip to the Olympics, a vacation or for an expat assignment. 312 more words

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The first step

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I’m Jackie and I’m a 20-something lady on a journey to find out exactly what makes me happy, why it makes me happy, and how to do more of it. 741 more words

NEW GeoBlue Xplore Premier Brochure Now Available...

In an earlier post this past week we outlined some of the changes happening to the Xplorer Premier and Essential plans effective July 1st.  At that time the NEW updated brochure for the Xplorer Premier and Essential was not available.   212 more words

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Addressing the gender gap in global health leadership – via Global Health, Epidemiology and Genomics

This post was written by Pascale Allotey and originally posted on the Global Health, Epidemiology and Genomics blog – read more at: http://cambridge.org/gheg-journal

In recognition of International Women’s Day 2016, …

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Hunt condemns Syrian hospital for 'poor weekend service'‏

Criticising the Unions for refusing to work under bombardment, Jeremy Hunt has threatened to force contracts upon doctors that will see medical professionals dodging shrapnel 24/7.  255 more words