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  • El mundo debe de hacer más para luchar contra el ébola en África Occidental: Obama

    NUEVA YORK/FREETOWN, 25 (Reuters) - El presidente estadounidense, Barack Obama, instó el jueves a que más países ayuden en la lucha contra el peor brote del mortal virus del ébola, diciendo que cientos de miles de vidas estaban en juego. La advertencia...
  • CDC Grant To Help State Collect Data On Homicides, Suicides; Aimed At Prevention

    HARTFORD — A new five-year, $925,000 federal grant will be used to collect masses of data from Connecticut law enforcement, hospitals, crime labs and other sources in an effort to predict and prevent violent homicides and suicides. The grant from...
  • EEUU anticipa más de 500.000 casos de ébola en África Occidental

    NUEVA YORK/GINEBRA (Reuters) - Expertos mundiales lanzaron el martes nuevas advertencias sobre la magnitud del brote de ébola en África Occidental, que según estimaciones del Gobierno de Estados Unidos podría infectar entre 500.000 y 1,4 millones de...
  • West Africans are key to fighting Ebola

    Ebola doesn't threaten you or me. Despite the seriousness of the crisis, the virus hasn't “gone airborne.” The disease spreads only through contact with Ebola-infected blood or bodily fluids, and there's no indication this fundamental mode...
  • Obama, at U.N., calls Ebola a threat to global security

    Obama, at U.N., calls Ebola a threat to global security
    President Obama and other leaders delivered a sobering message at the United Nations on Thursday, saying the world was not doing enough to contain the Ebola outbreak in West Africa and avert a “humanitarian catastrophe.” “This is...
  • West Africa pleads for faster help to fight Ebola virus

    WASHINGTON The presidents of three West African nations pleaded Thursday for much faster help from the world in battling a deadly Ebola outbreak that's killed nearly 3,000 people and might infect more than a million others in the coming months as the...
  • Protect your child with vaccinations

    Protect your child with vaccinations
    Vaccinations are a safe and effective way to protect your child against dangerous infectious diseases. Thanks to immunizations, polio, diphtheria and tetanus (lockjaw) have almost disappeared in the United States, and each year vaccines save an...
  • New Federal Grant To Help State Collect Data on Homicides, Suicides

    New Federal Grant To Help State Collect Data on Homicides, Suicides
    HARTFORD – A new five-year, $925,000 federal grant will be used to collect masses of data from Connecticut law enforcement, hospitals, crime labs, and other sources in an effort to predict and prevent violent homicides and suicides. The grant from...
  • Obama urges world leaders to act quickly to contain Ebola

    UNITED NATIONS President Barack Obama warned Thursday of a possible "humanitarian catastrophe" if world leaders don't dramatically ramp up their effort to combat the Ebola outbreak spreading rapidly across West Africa. "This is more than a health crisis,...
  • Governor Malloy Visits Proposed Train Stop In Enfield, Shows Support For Project

    Governor Malloy Visits Proposed Train Stop In Enfield, Shows Support For Project
    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy visited Enfield Thursday to tour a proposed train stop along North River Street in Thompsonville. Before leaving, Malloy said he supported the project and was "prepared to move the project forward." Discussion on a train stop...
  • Third Ebola patient treated in the U.S. free from virus: doctors

    CHICAGO (Reuters) - The third U.S. patient to be treated in the United States for Ebola is now free of the virus, doctors at the Nebraska Medical Center and the patient said in a news conference on Thursday. "The CDC has declared me safe and free of...