NYPD Caught Throwing Waste From Ebola Scene Into Public Trash Can
Cops not concerned with public safety.
by Bradford Thomas
POPULATION 20 MILLION: Ebola Confirmed In New York: Patient Rode Subway, Went Bowling, Took Taxi
A doctor who arrived in New York City from the Ebola stricken country of Guinea has tested positive for the Ebola virus.
by Mac Slavo

Ebola: US government stockpiles hand sanitiser in case of outbreak - but 84 per cent are expired
Audit reveals US government department failed to “adequately conduct a needs assessment”.
by London Independent
Hospitals Threaten to Fire Workers for Using the Word 'Ebola'
Hospital workers told to refer to suspected Ebola cases as various “viral illnesses” instead.
by Kit Daniels

Vaccines and Pesticides May Create The Perfect Storm To Initiate Autistic Spectrum Disorder
Study examines link between proximity to pesticide fields and later diagnosis.
by Dave Mihalovic
10 Shocking Facts about Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)
The worst air quality you experience every day just might be in your living room.
by Dr. Edward Group

U.S. Troops Won’t Get Hazmat Suits for Ebola Mission in West Africa
If soldiers contract Ebola, they will be flown to U.S.
by Jim Hoft
Fearing Ebola, U.S. communities take dramatic steps
People staying indoors, away from public areas.
by AFP

Obama: Ebola travel ban could make things worse
President downplays destruction of America.
by Roberta Rampton
Dallas Hospital Becomes 'Ghost Town'
Patients steer clear of hospital where Ebola was spread.
by Sydney Lupkin

New Patient Reporting Ebola Symptoms Transferred To Hospital Where Two Nurses Were Infected
Why was a potential patient transferred to the very hospital where two care givers were infected?
by Caleb Howe
Second nurse with Ebola may have been sicker on flight than thought
The airline put the pilots and flight attendants on leave for 21 days.
by Associated Press

More Babies Test Positive for Tuberculosis
Eleven infants confirmed to have tuberculosis.