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I’m a Hazmat-Trained Hospital Worker: Here’s What No One Is Telling You About Ebola

Ebola is brilliant. It is a superior virus that has evolved and fine-tuned its mechanism of transmission to be near-perfect. That’s why we’re all so terrified. We know we can’t destroy it. All we can do is try to divert it, outrun it. I’ve worked in health care for a few years now. One of […]

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President Obama says he’s hugged, kissed nurses treating Ebola patients

The Ebola outbreaks around the world have created one of the more frightening health crises in recent history.   In addition to the health-related matters of the outbreak, there is a political nightmare which has fallen right into the lap of President Barack Obama. The president has been making the tour to ensure that the […]

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American Idol contestant was optimistic till she took her last breath

By Yolanda Spivey Joanne Borgella, who was a plus size model and an American Idol contestant, passed away today at the age of 32. Borgella, announced to her fans in October 2013 that she was battling a rare form of cancer. The beauty shared her journey with her many fans on her Facebook page—posting pictures […]

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Rapper Missy Elliot shocks the world with stunning weight loss

Missy Elliot has always been one of the most beloved performers in all of hip-hop.  She was also, unfortunately, known for being a little round in the middle.  Her weight was never a problemfor her fans, because Missy takes us to a day when some female artists could be judged by their skills on the […]

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Schools Close After Second Nurse Diagnosed With Ebola

Several schools across the country have temporary closed their campuses for a thorough cleaning in the wake of potential exposure to Amber Vinson, a nurse who contracted Ebola after caring for Thomas Eric Duncan, the deceased patient who was the first to be diagnosed in the United States. Vinson traveled to her hometown in Ohio […]

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Nurses group says Dallas hospital put nurses at risk

A national nurses group says a Dallas hospital’s handling of the nation’s first Ebola case was sloppy, putting health care workers and patients at risk of infection from the deadly virus. At a news conference Wednesday, leaders of National Nurses United recited examples of how they say Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas mishandled the care […]

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Dallas neighbors on edge after third Ebola Diagnosis

DALLAS — Amber Vinson, the 29-year-old nurse identified as the second Texas hospital worker to test positive for Ebola, lived alone in a quiet neighborhood of this anxious city. Police on Wednesday restricted traffic on Village Bend Drive, home of The Village apartments as residents came to grips with the knowledge that Ebola had sprouted […]

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Ebola could hit 10,000 cases per week in Africa; U.S. steps up response

The Ebola epidemic in West Africa could reach 10,000 cases a week and U.S. health officials are promising dramatic response to any new domestic outbreaks that signal intercontinental spread of the deadly virus. The Centers for Disease Control will send a rapid response team to any hospital in the nation that diagnoses another Ebola patient, […]

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Despite protective gear, Texas nurse tests positive for Ebola

An official familiar with the case told CNN that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will investigate to see if guidelines were followed properly. “The CDC is looking very carefully around the circumstances of this patient’s infection and will look to see if there were any breaches and, if so, what those were,” the […]

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‘Assisted Suicide’ Allows Cancer Patient to Choose Her Death Date

Reported by Nigel Boys Brittany Maynard (pictured) of California has decided that since she has an advanced stage of cancer eating away at her brain, she will choose the date she will leave this life and that day will be on November 1st this year. What’s more, the courageous 29-year-old has the ability to terminate […]

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  • Jah Larry Dread: If losing the weight will keep her healthy and here on the planet longer...GREAT! Many of us can/should be inspired. View Post
  • Jezreil: My mother hates me and always has because my parents divorced and he is happy with his second wife. She favored my half sister more because she was light skin and came from another man. I tried desperately to win my mother love. But after three decades of being treated Precious. I walked away because my sister and I had children the same time and the abuse and favoritism was being passed to the next generation. With God's strength, I ended that generational curse View Post
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