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Kim jong-un claims to have cured aids, ebola and cancer with single miracle drug - North korea has created a wonder drug which not only cures aids, but also eradicates ebola the dictatorship is known for making outlandish claims about its own prowess. SubscribeEnter your email address below to receive updates each time we publish new content.
Christina Milian Turned Up: Lil Wayne to Make Appearance on Girlfriend’s Reality Show? CELEBTODAY – Not everyone who is on top of the fast-moving pop music scene has heard of Charlotte Aitchison, even by her stage name Charli XCX, but lots of people have heard her or her songs. Baffled white Medecins Sans Frontieres (Medicine without Borders, MSF) workers, attempting to contain an outbreak of the deadly Ebola disease, have been attacked by angry mobs of Africans in Guinea causing a clinic in that country to close down. According to a Reuters report, the crowd of Africans forced the MSF to close down for the safety of its staff, in effect giving the disease even further free run to spread. The latest outbreak of the disease—which is highly infectious, and for which there is no cure—started in Guinea in February. Ebola first appeared in 1976 in simultaneous outbreaks in Nzara, Sudan, and in Yambuku, the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
It is for this reason that most Western governments continually warn travellers to Africa of the dangers of sampling local cuisine. READ  “Ebola can solve Global Population Explosion and Europe’s Immigration Problem, says Jean Marie Le PenOnce transferred to humans, the disease is transmitted through close contact with blood, secretions, or other bodily fluids. Sexual contact, or the unprotected handling of contaminated corpses, can also lead to infection. Symptoms of the disease, such as fever, red eyes and bleeding, can take up to three weeks to appear—more than enough time for a victim to travel outside of West Africa.
It was for this reason that an Air France plane, travelling from Guinea, was quarantined in Paris for two hours at the end of last week after the crew suspected a passenger might have the deadly disease. Emergency services conducted checks for fever on all those travelling after a dirty toilet sparked concern that a passenger could be infected with the disease, which also triggers severe diarrhoea. France, a former colonial power in much of West Africa, is a major portal for air traffic from the region. In the US, to where large numbers of West Africans have immigrated over the past two decades, the Center for Disease Control has set up teams at 20 major US airports to respond to an in-flight illness. The CDC has urged travellers to avoid contact with blood and body fluids from people who might be infected and to seek immediate medical care for symptoms of the haemorrhagic fever, which include fever, headache, sore throat, vomiting, diarrhoea, rash and red eyes. READ  Zimbabwe Election “about White Domination or Moving Forward”—Cabinet MinisterAstonishingly, European nations have not yet sealed their borders to West Africa, even though Saudi Arabia has already done so, forbidding would-be pilgrims to the annual Muslim Hajj from entering that country. So the sensible thing to do would be leave them and their ebola alone and let the blacks rest in peace. Anyone who gets involved with that superstitious bunch of devil worshippers gets all they deserve.
Did Merkel think she was going to receive clean healthy and well balanced people?This situation is so scary.We pray for the rightful citizens of these invaded countries so their leaders may eventually come to their senses and send them packing!!!Ofcourse if they had to insist that these people undergo a disinfectant shower before entering the age old race drum will be banged.
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The Korean leader with a killer fade is far more than just a dictator that looks at things. Jong-un claims that he has succeeded where many top scientists and researchers before him have failed, and found a cure for AID’s. This report has come out while South Korea is fighting an outbreak of respiratory disease Mers, which has killed two dozen people, along with an outbreak in Thailand, which has left half the staff of a hospital in quarantine.
North Korea is in the middle of it’s worst drought in a century, so many media commentators believe that this news is being released to distract attention away from their major problem. The British man diagnosed with Ebola said he wanted to "make a difference" by working with those infected with the potentially fatal disease and said he was able to help fight the outbreak despite lacking experience.
William Pooley, 29, became infected in Sierra Leone and has been flown back to Britain, where he is receiving treatment at London's Royal Free Hospital. He is the first Briton infected in an epidemic that has killed hundreds in west Africa so far.
Pooley's family have thanked doctors fighting to save his life for the "excellent care" he is being given.
Mr Pooley, who comes from the small village of Eyke in Suffolk, was working at a hospice in the country's capital Freetown but moved to Kenema when he heard that other healthcare workers at KGH had died from Ebola. Dr Nick Beeching, senior lecturer in infectious diseases at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, said that Mr Pooley is likely to be very "frightened" and one of the first things doctors must do is reassure him.


He was named by Dr Robert Garry, an American scientist who worked at the same hospital as him in the west Africa country. Mr Pooley tested positive for Ebola after treating patients suffering from the virus at Kenema Government Hospital in the south-east of Sierra Leone.
He was airlifted to the UK on a specially equipped C17 Royal Air Force jet, landing at RAF Northolt in west London at 9pm. He was then transported to the UK's only high level isolation unit at the Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead, north London. Dr Garry, of Tulane University in New Orleans, US, has worked at KGH for around a decade on a virus research project.
He said he was told by a university colleague that the test results for Mr Pooley were received in the early hours of Saturday morning. Mr Pooley's bed at the Royal Free Hospital is surrounded by a specially-designed tent with its own controlled ventilation system. Professor John Watson, deputy chief medical officer, insisted that "the overall risk to the public in the UK remains very low".
He said: "We have robust, well-developed and well-tested NHS systems for managing unusual infectious diseases when they arise, supported by a wide range of experts.
Dr Paul Cosford, director for health protection at Public Health England, said protective measures would be strictly maintained to avoid the virus being transmitted to staff transporting the patient and healthcare workers in the UK. Dr Bob Winter, national clinical director for emergency preparedness and critical care for NHS England, said preparations have been made over the past few weeks to ensure any patient being repatriated to the UK receives the best possible care.
Professor David Heymann, the director of the Chatham House Centre on Global Health Security, said Ebola is spread through sweat, blood and vomit, but is not airborne. This, combined with the hospital's strict measures, means there is no chance the infection will spread to staff, patients or visitors. He said: "The good thing, if there is a good thing about Ebola, it does not spread by respiratory means.
He said Mr Pooley's chances of survival depended on a range of factors including his fitness and how well his body naturally produces antibodies to fight it off.
The Royal Free Hospital houses two High Level Isolation Units at their High Secure Infectious Disease Unit. Bubonic plague - Incubation period of 2-6 days with few symptoms, while bacteria multiply within lymph nodes.
Pneumonic plague - Caused by direct inhalation of bacteria (often person-to-person), with initial site of infection being the lungs.
While all three manifestations of the disease can be deadly, the incidence of death is greatly reduced by IV antibiotics, and thanks to modern sanitation standards, outbreaks in developed countries are unheard of. Bacillus of Bubonic Plague - Elementary Bacteriology and Protozoology, for the use of Nurses.
Mass grave of plague victims- From Martiques, France, dated to the last pandemic of plague in Europe, between 1720 and 1722.
I DO NOT post: any sexual violence, abuse of people or animals, slurs, cultural discussions, shaming or hatred of anyone. Bound by years of illiteracy and prejudice, it takes conviction for a safai karamchari to dream big, and a giant leap of faith to make it a reality. BrunchNews connects you to the latest and trending news from the best news websites around the world. Leana Wen hands out awards to business owners for their efforts to support breastfeeding at the Baltimore City Health Department on Tuesday.
Wen speaks during an ice cream social at the Sandtown Winchester Senior Center in Baltimore on Tuesday.
Originally published on October 28, 2015 11:00 am Neighborhoods in Baltimore are still struggling to recover from the riots that broke out following the funeral of Freddie Gray, who suffered a fatal injury to his spine while in police custody. Reportedly a close friend of host Salman Khan, Mirza is all set to shake things up in the Bigg Boss house. The latter outbreak was in a village situated near the Ebola River, from which the disease takes its name. A third of the countries rice paddies are drying out and the UN has warned of an imminent food shortage. They said: "We would like to express our thanks to all involved in bringing our son back to the UK.
It sounds as if he is not too badly off, and it is a good thing he has been brought over at an early stage of the infection so he can be given good, supportive care. Different strains have different degrees of ability to transfer in this manner, but it generally requires prolonged contact with infected persons or animals.
Wild animals such as rodents, prairie dogs, and some marsupials and primates are known to both be affected by and serve as reservoirs for the bacteria. If not, check out way more information than you’ll ever use about the pathogen at CIDRAP Bioterrorism and PLoS Pathogens!
In the aftermath of the unrest, we here at NPR spent many hours trying to understand the raw anger on display. Let the rocket scientists of africa, that very cradle of civilisation, sort out their own problems, for ONCE. He read about our nurses who were unfortunately dying there and took it on himself to come over and volunteer and learned how to be as safe as he could.
The species was found to be the causative agent of bubonic plague during an 1894 epidemic in Hong Kong, by Alexandre Yersin.
The characteristic buboes (lymph swellings) appear at this point, as the lymph nodes swell to enormous proportions thanks to the bacteria within them. From what we know, primary septicemic plague is generally caused by one unique strain, or by any strain in immuno-compromised patients. Causes tracheal and bronchial hemorrhaging, large amounts of alveolar exudate, congestion of the lungs, and pleural edema. This means that even if humans somehow stopped acquiring the plague for a while, the bacteria itself would still be around, and we would still be able to contract it. Until 1967, however, it was categorized with the Pasteurella genus, and was known as Pasteurella pestis. When the other manifestations of the disease cause overwhelming sepsis prior to death, this is known as secondary septicemic plague.


The genome of the bacteria analyzed from victims of those plagues showed a more ancient form of Y.
Primary septicemic plague is characterized by hypotension, shock, hepatosplenomegaly (swollen spleen and liver), and death.
Wen, a 32-year old emergency physician, had become Baltimore's health commissioner just a few months earlier. Sometimes very few or even no outward symptoms develop before the patient is killed by the bacteria’s internal effects. With Baltimore leading the news day after day, she seized the moment to get her message out, including on this blog, where she has been an essayist.
She wrote about the health department's immediate response to the unrest, making sure hospitals were protected and that staff and patients could get to them, and that ensuring seniors could still get prescriptions when their pharmacies were looted and burned.
For years, she argued, Baltimore has been traumatized by poverty, violence and drug abuse, problems that can be treated through public health. We're following Leana Wen over the coming months as she takes on some of Baltimore's thorniest problems. Deputy Commissioner Olivia Farrow, a veteran at the health department, laughs remembering how Wen was holding meetings before she'd even officially started the job. Some people survive that and some people don't." Leana Wen was born in Shanghai and came to the United States at the age of 8. Her parents were Chinese dissidents who sought political asylum here, first landing in Logan, Utah, and a couple of years later moving on to Los Angeles.
They lived in Compton and East Los Angeles, neighborhoods Wen describes as not so different from the poorer parts of Baltimore. In the emergency room you can resuscitate victims of gun violence and overdose, she found, but you can't prevent them from returning over and over again. The heroin epidemic is showing no sign of abating, and throughout the city there is a sense of frustration that no matter what happens, and no matter how many leaders speak out, nothing changes.
So Wen is asking her team to think big, to come up with innovative approaches to these festering problems. She believes that given all the focus on Baltimore since the death of Freddie Gray, this is a rare opportunity to act. Transcript AUDIE CORNISH, HOST: Today and tomorrow, we're spending some time in Baltimore, where some neighborhoods are still struggling to recover from the riots that broke out following the death of Freddie Gray at the hands of police. We talked about police brutality, economic disparities and housing segregation in Baltimore, and we interviewed many people.
CORNISH: When I spoke with her in May, she was only about four months into the job as Baltimore's health commissioner. The Health Department was pressed into round-the-clock service making sure hospitals were protected and staffed and that patients got their prescriptions. She told me and many others that there's an even bigger role for public health to play - treating the poverty, violence and drug addiction that have traumatized the city for years. My hope is that we can really make Baltimore into a model for the rest of the country to follow when it comes to treating the core roots of our problems. We're following Leana Wen and her team over the coming months as they try to do just that - make a difference. But first, she's had to win over hearts and minds in the health department, and that means spicing up the annual staff meeting.
In her formal green shift dress and elegant jewelry, you can tell she feels a little silly.
CORNISH: Since January, she's been on a campaign to connect with this staff and with the city of Baltimore, her new home. WEN: Now, you may not know from looking at me now, but I grew up in the inner-city in Los Angeles. WEN: I saw what happens when my classmates - for example, my friends were the victims of gun violence, but many of them were also the perpetrators of violence as well. In the ER, you can resuscitate victims of gun violence and overdose, but you can't prevent them from returning over and over. WEN: It is not a satisfying cycle for us to be in when we're treating problems at the very end of those problems rather than preventing them from happening in the first place. Wen brought back from previous administrations to help her navigate the city's rough-and-tumble politics. Please come on my team and that you have till tomorrow because the press release - I'm working on the press release right now. FARROW: You know, there's something about people who come from the outside, haven't been in government, just their ability to kind of say, hey, let's think about things differently.
CORNISH: As hard as their push, the person Leana Wen pushes the most is probably Leana Wen. CORNISH: Stop by stop, meeting by meeting, Leana Wen is taking on the unknowns, learning the ropes, trying to figure out what's in her purview. She's already made curbing the heroin epidemic and adding mental health services top priority. WEN: Is there anything else in public health law that you guys think that are, like, interesting, relevant? WEN: Well, just what did you encounter in that class that you're like, oh, if only we could do that in Baltimore, that would be pretty cool.
We just don't know, and so I don't want to say, like, oh, let's wait until next year, the next year, the next year.
CORNISH: For all of her optimism, Leana Wen is not blind to the realities just outside her door. And no matter what happens, no matter how many cameras turn their lenses on Baltimore, no matter how many leaders speak out, nothing seems to change.



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