Monday, June 18, 2018

Ebola Crisis: Mali Confirms First Case

The first case of Ebola has been confirmed in Mali. The government of Mali said a two-year-old girl had tested positive for the haemorrhagic virus....

Ebola: I Am The Lord Terror Virus

In fact in the year 1999 on BBC Health, a discovery was announced by a Nigerian scientist Dr Maurice Iwu, who set up and headed a Bioresources Development and Conservation Programme. He had found a set of compounds from Garcina Kola a plant commonly chewed in West Africa.

Thomas E. Duncan’s Death In The US Fuels Alarm Over Ebola

DALLAS — For Louise Troh, word of the death of her fiancé, Thomas Eric Duncan, unfolded Wednesday as everything else has since he was...

Zika Virus – A Bigger Ebola Program Championed by GMO Kingpin, Bill Gates

EL SALVADOR -- Mosquitoes threaten the lives of children in El Salvador. In response to the Zika virus, government officials are promoting a two-year ban...

The African Remedy that is Making a Comeback in US Hospitals: Copper

HOUSTON, Texas, U.S.A - The first recorded medical use of copper is found in the Smith Papyrus (named after the dealer who bought it...

Retracing US Dallas Ebola Patient’s Travel

DALLAS — The murderous civil war that terrorized Liberia from 1989 to 2003 left at least 5 percent of the population dead, and sent...

“I Am Not A Virus” – Ebola Stricken Regions Plead

The rallying cry of "I am not a virus" - used to fight being stigmatized as having Ebola - is now gaining traction on...

Mosquitoes Ignore Repellent Deet after First Exposure

By Rebecca Morelle Science reporter, BBC World Service: Genetic changes to the same species of mosquito can make them immune to Deet, although it was not clear if there were any mosquitoes like this in the wild.

Rwanda Champion African Union Water And Sanitation Plan

Rwanda has begun her new role in the implementation of an African Union initiative on continental water and sanitation. The plan was kicked off...

A Morning-After Pill for All Ages

A U.S. judge ruled that the morning-after contraceptive pill, once sold to women over age 17, would be sold to women of all ages. Is this ruling a victory for women’s reproductive health or a permission slip for children to grow up too fast?