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Hysteria over the outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus is surpassing the previous hysteria over what use to be considered a death sentence, the AIDS virus. Today's disease control experts appear unsure how the Ebola virus spreads: is it through contact with body fluids, like AIDS? Or is it airborne? Can it be transmitted by insects, such as flies or mosquitoes? How effective are these "experimental drugs" being used to treat certain patients? Will people without health insurance who contact Ebola be left to suffer and die? And the big question: is this a deliberately manufactured disease for the purpose of "population control" on the African continent
There's a virus, known as enterovirus 68, that is similar to the rhinovirus that causes the common cold. And, it's making hundreds of children sick.
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Truth About Ebola Outbreak If the name Ebola doesn’t make your body feel sick and your mind paranoid, then you probably have no idea about it or you’re lost in the matrix. Wake up and pay attention closely as I give you some valuable information on the Ebola outbreak- you may not believe the truth. I am about to tell you about the Ebola outbreak and other man made viruses.
In this discussion, you will know
- Who invented the Ebola virus
-What cause of the invention
-Pssible ways of treating it.
The International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses currently recognizes four species of Ebola: Zaire ebolavirus (EBOV), Sudan ebolavirus (SUDV), Reston ebolavirus (RESTV), and Taï Forest ebolavirus (TAFV).One additional species or type of Ebola is often recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as Bundibugyo ebolavirus (BDBV) or Ebola-Bundibugyo, following the outbreak in Uganda in 2007
Ebola outbreaks have been restricted to Africa with the exception of Reston ebolavirus. However, on 30 September 2014 a patient in Dallas, Texas who had recently travelled to Liberia in west Africa may have been infected with the same strain involved in the 2014 outbreak in that country.
Transmission between natural reservoirs and humans is rare, and outbreaks are often traceable to a single case where an individual has handled the carcass of a gorilla, chimpanzee, or duiker. The virus then spreads person-to-person, especially within families, hospitals, and during some mortuary rituals where contact among individuals becomes more likely. Before outbreaks are confirmed in areas of weak surveillance on the local or regional levels, Ebola is often mistaken for malaria, typhoid fever, dysentery, influenza, or various bacterial infections which may be endemic to the region. Learning from failed responses, such as that to the 2000 Uganda outbreak, public health measures including the WHO's Global Outbreak and Response Network were instituted in areas at high risk. Field laboratories were established in order to confirm cases, instead of shipping samples to South Africa.
This installment of The Forbidden Fruit will look into the Ebola virus outbreak. We welcome to the show, Dr Kemi Omololu-Olunloyo of HEALTH NEWS 4 NIGERIA, Award winning US trained Journalist/Pharmacist. This should be a great discussion. Call in to talk or just listen at 347-202-0492 or Skype.
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Today's show is a discussion about the EBOLA outbreak that has been running through mainstream media recently. Many people are confused and plain scared because they really don't know all the facts. My returning guest and author of the online series "Break The Spell",
Mr. Hayward Redd will join me on the show today to help give some ideas about how we can prepare if at all. Please don't miss this show!
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Join Kevin & Karen as they interview one of the sexiest man the atheist movement has:Dr Darrel Ray. A psychologist out of Kansas, Dr Ray fights to demystify human sexuality and loosen the grip religion has on the human mind. We discuss his previous book:The God Virus and explore the parallels of psychology with modern biology.
Dr Ray also launched his own podcast called Secular sexuality produced by David Smalley of Dogma debat
The Ebola outbreak, please Join The Gist of Freedom, The Black History Internet Radio show in welcoming Sierra Leonean Hindowa Saidu!
"On Thursday the World Health Organization said that more than 1,900 people have died in West Africa Ebola out break. There have been 3,500 confirmed probable cases in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia. More than 40 percent of death have occurred in the last three weeks, the W.H.O. said, suggesting that the epidemic is fast out pacing effort to control it,
In spite of all of these development Sierra Leoneans in the state of Massachusetts in America in few hours time will be taking on the principal streets of Boston in a walk against the Ebola out break in their country and region. This is to draw the attention of the American public and the rest of the world to the suffering of our people as international press houses have been invited to fully cover the event.
May God cause his face to shine on the land that we love Sierra Leone."
~ Hindowa Saidu
For the Week 5 recap podcast Jeremy is joined by Matthew K. to go over the latest action of Mountain West football. Well, we don't know much more than we did the week prior. Boise State gets outplayed by Air Force, but is it a one-game slip up or have the Broncos fallen of of its perch from being the feared team they have been accustomed to over the past decade.
Besides going through all of the games we attempt to make a decision on who is the best team in the league this year. This year the Mountain West has no clear frontrunners on a collision course to meet in the Mountain West title game, but now there are multiple teams in each division that can make the case to be the best team.