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“As Bishop of my people I carry within my heart their wounds and pains every moment of life here,” says Bishop Anthony Borwah
"The virus, unlike many other pathogens, is unforgiving of lapses"
Social network’s CEO and founder makes donation to the Center of Disease Control Foundation
According to new research in 'Genome Biology'
In a recent Facebook thread about weight loss that I was following, one commenter wrote that if she could write a diet book, she’d call it “Eat Less” and then leave all the pages blank. Drop the mic, call it a day, solve our obesity mess with a two-word prescription. Most of us who have…
By now, there’s no shortage of exercise monitors on the market, each with its own gimmick. Some offer style, some offer waterproof construction, some turn fitness into a game and some will even help you track your food consumption. But none will actually tell you when it’s optimal for your body to start exercising —…
The current outbreak's death rate has risen to 70%
A health official says he expects a "handful" of cases to enter the UK
But there's still a lot more conversations that need to happen, according to new data shared exclusively with TIME
(BERLIN) — A United Nations medical worker who was infected with Ebola in Liberia has died despite “intensive medical procedures,” a German hospital said Tuesday. The St. Georg hospital in Leipzig said the 56-year-old man, whose name has not been released, died overnight of the infection. It released no further details and did not answer…
A Los Angeles bus rider is either sick with Ebola or playing a sick joke
The study was "interesting and important" but ultimately too small to make a clear link, one medical researcher said
(DALLAS) — They drew his blood, put tubes down his throat and wiped up his diarrhea. They analyzed his urine and wiped saliva from his lips, even after he had lost consciousness. About 70 staff members at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital were involved in the care of Thomas Eric Duncan after he was hospitalized, including…
The first researcher to see the Ebola virus under a microscope reflects on the moment
Scientists recreated what goes on in the brains of Alzheimer’s patients in a 3D culture dish that could speed development of new drugs for the disease
"Even a single infection is unacceptable"
"Most of the cattle we get our beef from are treated with added hormones"
These three charts compare Ebola to other disease outbreaks
The risks to doctors and nurses is never far from their minds
Unlike in Spain, where a sick nurse's pet was euthanized last week