Ebola in New York

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News media is now reporting that a Doctor Without Borders, recently returned from ebola-ridden Guinea, has tested positive for the disease after reporting a high fever. Ebola, which has been particularly harsh on healthcare workers, is a deadly viral disease that has taken 5,000 lives in West Africa during an

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Survival Medicine Hour: Ebola, Influenza, and More

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In this episode of the Doom and Bloom(tm) Survival Medicine Hour, Joe Alton, M.D. and Amy Alton, A.R.N.P. discuss new data about whether Ebola can be caught from the air, the sad state of training and education for U.S. health workers on the disease, and whether race played an issue

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Why More Persons of Color Die From Ebola

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Recently, it has been noted that white Americans seem to have all survived an ebola infection while black Africans, such as Thomas Eric Duncan, have not. Some have even implied that there is a racial aspect to the level of care rendered to victims of this deadly disease. If so,

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