Doctor Sheik Umar Khan has helped save more than 100 people.
The doctor and “national hero” leading the fight against Ebola in Sierra Leone contracted the deadly virus around July 23. The doctor died on July 29.
Health authorities struggle to control the worst outbreak of Ebola on record.
As of May 2014, a total of 538 laboratory-confirmed cases and 145 deaths have been attributed to the MERS virus. Two cases have been reported in the U.S.
At least 449 people have been infected in the Middle Eastern kingdom. The SARS-like pandemic has now spread to Europe and the United States.
U.S. officials confirmed on Monday that a second U.S. case of the Middle East Respiratory System (MERS) virus was confirmed in Florida.
More reasons to be polite!
Seriously, why do my fingers get pruney? And what about brain freeze?
The story of how one flu germ spreads in the body. BRB washing hands.
They’re being mailed through our postal system. As are rags soaked in virulent bodily fluids. And parents are shoving them in their children’s mouths. Just get a damn shot!
LISTEN UP, BUZZPOKES! We can’t let that bastard Jack win Game Battle this week. Luckily, I found an awesome game for you all. Loved is a moody and stylish game that emphasizes story-telling over the gimmicky techniques that some nefarious editors rely on.
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Wondering if you’ve got the most-feared disease of our time? One test is to see whether you’ve started making racist statements in public. Ryan Air CEO Michael O’Leary, for instance, just told a press conference that swine flu is only a risk to Asians and Mexicans “living in slums”. He’s since been quarantined.
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