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  • Can the U.S. healthcare system do as well against Ebola as Nigeria's just did?

    Can the U.S. healthcare system do as well against Ebola as Nigeria's just did?
    Two. That’s the total number of known Ebola cases in the United States today — the two infected nurses from Dallas’ Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, Nina Pham and Amber Vincent. That’s two cases in a country of 319 million...
  • Calm down, America, Ebola isn't about to kill us all

    A Texas university refuses to accept students from Nigeria, where there were a couple dozen Ebola cases before the disease was quickly stopped. Louisiana refuses to allow incinerated trash from the treatment of Texas' first Ebola victim, Thomas Eric...
  • New Ebola protection guidelines leave no bare skin

    New Ebola protection guidelines leave no bare skin
    After pointed criticism from healthcare workers and relatives of an Ebola-infected nurse, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced new guidelines Monday for hospital protective gear. The guidelines, which were scheduled to be posted...
  • CPS gave 38 shots for allergic reactions in year

      CPS gave 38 shots for allergic reactions in year
    In the first year that Chicago Public Schools stocked epinephrine injectors at all schools, nurses and other trained workers administered the hormone 38 times, according a study by Northwestern Medicine published Monday in the American Journal of...
  • Dallas residents emerge from Ebola monitoring, greeted by confusion

    Dallas residents emerge from Ebola monitoring, greeted by confusion
    Monday was supposed to mark the end of 21 days of anxious Ebola monitoring for Youngor Jallah's family of six, when they could emerge from their stuffy two-bedroom apartment and return to comfortable routines. They had been exposed to Jallah's mother'...
  • Ebola fear shows denial of science spreads quickly

    Ebola fear shows denial of science spreads quickly
    Science is knowledge based on facts derived from observation and experimentation. At least that's what the so-called "scientists" and "dictionaries" and "people throughout history" want you to believe. I, however, have it on good authority from...
  • As quarantine ends, Ebola victim's fiancee praises nurses

    One day before Thomas Eric Duncan’s friends and family were to get out of quarantine, his fiancee said they remain healthy, but that she aches for the two nurses who contracted Ebola after caring for him. Louise Troh issued a statement Sunday...
  • Americans want someone to blame for Ebola

    With a new week, and the possibility of additional Ebola patients, Americans — or at least American politicians — have an urgent need: someone to blame. After all, while more than 4,000 Africans dying of Ebola was not enough to grab our...
  • Trabajadores de salud en Florida reciben entranamiento para tratamiento de ébola

    Trabajadores de salud en Florida reciben entranamiento para tratamiento de ébola
    Los trabajadores sanitarios de los hospitales públicos de Florida recibirán el lunes entrenamiento y formación ante el virus del ébola por medio de una conferencia coordinada por los Centros de Control y Prevención de Enfermedades (CDC), informaron las...
  • Cautious optimism in Dallas as 43 people declared 'Ebola free'

    Cautious optimism in Dallas as 43 people declared 'Ebola free'
    Dallas County officials on Monday expressed relief with the end of Ebola monitoring for most of the first group of 48 people who had contact with Thomas Eric Duncan, who died of the virus on Oct. 8. “Today is a milestone day, it’s a hurdle...
  • We need to isolate, contain and treat Ebola

    Ebola is one of the most highly lethal and mysterious viruses, and we need to prevent our people from succumbing to its deadly grip. There are still too many unknowns, and until we are able to grapple with exactly how to combat this enemy, we need to...