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How NBC News Freelancer Survived Ebola

October 22, 2014 Featured, Health, News No Comments

Being young and healthy helped Ashoka Mukpo pull through Ebola, but he’ll be weak for months, doctors who treated him said Wednesday.

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CDC to Monitor Travelers From Ebola-Hit Nations for 21 Days

October 22, 2014 Featured, Health No Comments

All travelers to Ebola-affected countries to undergo 21-day monitoring.

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CDC to Monitor Travelers From Ebola-Hit Nations for 21 Days

How a Tire Company in Liberia Beat Back Ebola on Its Own

October 22, 2014 Featured, Health, News No Comments

Firestone Liberia Inc.’s quick response to Ebola is a textbook example of how to fight the virus, public health expert say.

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How a Tire Company in Liberia Beat Back Ebola on Its Own

Journalist Who Contracted Ebola Now Disease Free

October 21, 2014 Featured, Health No Comments

The 33-year-old has opened up via Twitter about how he still is not sure how he contracted the disease but does not regret going to Liberia to help spread the word about Ebola’s impact on west Africa.

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Journalist Who Contracted Ebola Now Disease Free

Utility Workers Indicted Over Brain-Eating Amoeba Testing

October 21, 2014 Featured, Health No Comments

The Louisiana workers allegedly skimped on amoeba testing and lied about it.

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Utility Workers Indicted Over Brain-Eating Amoeba Testing

Mother of Nurse With Ebola Details Daughter’s Struggle

October 21, 2014 Featured, Health No Comments

The mother of a nurse who contracted Ebola while treating a patient at a Texas hospital says her daughter is focused on recovery, but remains fatigued since being diagnosed with the deadly virus.

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Ebola Quarantine Ends With ‘Praise to God’

October 20, 2014 Featured, Health No Comments

When Louise Troh, the fiancee of Ebola victim Thomas Duncan, emerged from a three week quarantine today she reached both hands up to heaven and said, ???Praise to God.”

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Ebola Quarantine Ends With ‘Praise to God’

Infection Protection: New Ebola Guidelines Stress Gear Ritual

October 20, 2014 Featured, Health, News No Comments

The CDC issued new detailed guidelines Monday for health care workers who meet Ebola patients.

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Texas Hospital Apologizes for ‘Mistakes’ in Ebola Treatment

October 19, 2014 Education, Featured, Health, News No Comments

“Training and education programs had not been fully deployed before the virus struck,” Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital admitted in a letter Sunday.

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Texas Hospital Apologizes for ‘Mistakes’ in Ebola Treatment

Ebola Travel Ban: Health Officials Call It a Big Mistake

October 19, 2014 Featured, Health, News No Comments

There are reasons the U.S. hasn’t enacted a travel ban on Ebola-stricken countries: It could actually make things worse, health officials say.

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Ebola Travel Ban: Health Officials Call It a Big Mistake

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