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  • Ebola fears continue to mount, spill into port business, politics

    Ebola fears continue to mount, spill into port business, politics
    A local longshoremen's union in Baltimore briefly refused to work a ship from West Africa. Questions about a patient's medical transport sparked a fury. And Rep. Andy Harris, a Baltimore County Republican and a doctor, called for a ban on travel from...
  • Infected nurse's quarantined dog may inspire Ebola pet protocols

    WASHINGTON Bentley, the dog owned by Ebola-stricken Texas nurse Nina Pham, is apparently thriving under quarantine being fed, cared for and played with by Dallas workers in full protective gear. In the process, the cute King Charles Spaniel has become...
  • Nina Pham, Ebola-infected nurse, sheds happy tears in video

    Nina Pham, Ebola-infected nurse, sheds happy tears in video
    A video of Nina Pham, the first person known to contract Ebola in the United States, shows the Dallas nurse in good, if emotional, spirits. "Don't cry! Don't cry!" a healthcare worker in the room says as Pham, sitting up in her hospital bed and wearing a...
  • Jonah Goldberg: With Ebola crisis, Hollywood movie not so far-fetched, it seems

    Jonah Goldberg: With Ebola crisis, Hollywood movie not so far-fetched, it seems
    While disposing of a body in a mass grave, one man in a hazmat suit turns to another and asks, "When did we run out of body bags?" "Two days ago." Fortunately, the scene is from a movie, "Contagion," though it's probably close enough to what is...
  • Texas nurse with Ebola expected at NIH hospital on Thursday: official

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Nina Pham, the first Texas nurse to be diagnosed with Ebola after treating a Liberian man at a Dallas hospital, is being moved to the National Institutes of Health outside Washington, the agency said on Thursday. Pham, who was...
  • Patient's move to Emory raises question: Can US hospitals handle Ebola?

    ATLANTA In their first concession that a major U.S. hospital is not up to the task of treating an Ebola patient, federal health officials Wednesday transferred an infected health care worker from Dallas to Emory University Hospital in Atlanta. The...
  • Dr. Nicholas Vick, respected neurologist, dies

    Dr. Nicholas Vick, respected neurologist, dies
    Dr. Nicholas Vick, former chair of the neurology department at NorthShore Evanston Hospital, was known for his advancements in the research and treatment of brain tumors, but also for his extraordinary compassion. "He was a highly, highly intelligent...
  • Ebola is much less scary than Hollywood's 'Contagion.' Or is it?

    While disposing of a body in a mass grave, one man in a hazmat suit turns to another and asks, "When did we run out of body bags?" "Two days ago." Fortunately, the scene is only from the movie "Contagion," though it's probably close enough to what is...
  • 'Pretty women' gather for cancer fundraiser

    'Pretty women' gather for cancer fundraiser
    Florida Atlantic Region of Hadassah will host, "Pretty Women Celebrate the Ta-Tas," an "A.R.T. ExpoZay" luncheon beginning at 11 a.m. on Oct. 26 at Congregation B'nai Israel in Boca Raton to raise funds for cancer awareness, research and treatment....
  • Sharing healthcare data not as easy as it sounds

    To the editor: The article on Big Data's potential to improve healthcare overlooks a fundamental problem: Many of the institutions that hold our most valuable health data are reluctant to share them with one another. ("Big data, meet big money: NIH...
  • Ebola prompts U.S. to weigh more preparedness funding after cuts

    Ebola prompts U.S. to weigh more preparedness funding after cuts
    — The first known case of Ebola contracted in the United States is giving urgency to moves by lawmakers to boost funding for a response after years of cuts to federal prevention and research budgets. With health officials raising the prospect of...