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    Ebola Research Paper

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    Ebola Ebola is nothing to take lightly, although the most recent outbreak has passed, it’s still a deadly parasite that can possibly live in your body for weeks and you may not even know, slowly killing your body. Deadly, infectious, and should most definitely be avoided at all costs. Ebola is one of many deadly viruses that have killed many unsuspecting victims. Thousands of cases have been reported around the world, some of the victims being doctors in the U.S who risked their own lives to…

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    Ebola Outbreak

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    Ebola: a word that for many triggers a somewhat distant memory back to 2014 when the whole world was up in arms about it spreading and becoming a pandemic. This incident of outbreak in West Africa shows how far we have come as a world, technologically and medically, but also how far we still have to go. The severity of the outbreak was completely avoidable, however due to the disregard of certain factors not usually associated with disease, such as cultural practices, it became an epidemic. In…

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    Ebola is a virus that is very deadly. Four out of five strains can make people sick. While inside of the body it is possible to do the following things: kills cells, full bleeding internally, wrecks the immune system, and harms every organ in the body. It is very infrequent to catch Ebola. The only way that people can get infected with the disease is from direct contact with fluids from those who are already infested with Ebola. Ebola was first recognized in 1976. “The name came from a river…

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    The latest outbreak of Ebola has become a tragedy for humanity; it is the deadliest outbreak in history killing and infecting thousands, but many more will suffer the economic consequences. There are tremendous economical troubles that are associated with this epidemic. Not only for Liberia, considered the epicenter of Ebola cases, but economists are analyzing the devastating economical effects of the virus in other West African countries like Guinea and Sierra Leone. According to World Bank,…

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    Ebola is an infectious and often deadly disease that became rapidly more prevalent in Western Africa during 2014, at which time an ebola epidemic was officially declared (World Health Organization, 2015). Health professionals (such as doctors and nurses) travelled to work within the epidemic to treat the ill and prevent the spread of disease and were obligated to care for the infected patients. However, due to their moral investments in both the health of the community and their own individual…

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    1. Forest Grove in Saskatoon is an area that has not had much focus on their community’s personal and local health. I have been living here since September and I get the impression that people keep to themselves more than necessary since we do not have any substantial community centers or local community events to bring people together. This atmosphere may affect a person’s personal health because of the potential for people to be isolated in their own homes, not feeling welcomed by their…

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    Documentaries are well-known for appealing to the audience’s emotions. In the 2014 Frontline documentary of the Ebola outbreak, awareness of the devastation and severity of the Ebola virus are brought to the surface. The disease has ravaged the country of Sierra Leone and surrounding territories like Guinea. Community helpers, volunteers, and organizations such as Doctors without Borders came together to service those in need of aid. Unfortunately, the efforts of the doctors and helpers seem…

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    The Ebola outbreak in the United States is one of the most frightening outbreaks, for many reasons. One being that, few people knew how to combat the disease. For example, how does it travel and how do we protect ourselves? These questions are important in all diseases, yet the simple fact is, that we don’t know exactly know all the answers. As Americans, that’s frightening. How do we as the general public protect ourselves from this terrible disease? Better yet, how do we protect our children?…

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    years, studies of body weight regulation have focused almost completely on caloric intake and energy expenditure.23 Since the obesity epidemic continues to skyrocket, one diet that has received a lot of attention is Intermittent fasting (IF), or periods of voluntary abstinence from food and drink.24 In some places, IF has been practiced since the earliest of antiquity depending on culture and lifestyle. IF regimens are linked to certain health outcomes and influence metabolic regulation via…

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    When you walk into Noah’s Bird Nest, it becomes clear why it’s known as the “Cheers” of pet stores. A warm welcome awaits those that walk through our doors looking for just the right thing for their feathered kids. We know and love our regulars and enjoy spending personal time with all of our bird friends. Who or what is this Noah’s Bird nest? We are a small exotic parrot-specific retail store owned and operated solely by mother and daughter (with the grandbaby in training) that caters…

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