liberia ebola

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Almost all of the Ebola orphans identified by the government are living with extended families or foster parents.
Healthy Living
But it warned that more flare-ups could still happen.
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I've been the small boy feeling he must face the world on his own, and the teenager in a war-torn country fearing for his life and the lives of his family members. For as long as these situations persist in the world, I speak from experience and believe there will always be love and families that can help these children overcome trauma and reach their full potential.
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One poll question posted on U-Report's website, for example, asked respondents, "Where should a child who lost parents because
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The Ebola outbreak that wreaked havoc in west African countries over the past year is finally showing signs of receding. The
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Liberia said this week that only two of the country's 15 counties still had Ebola cases. "There are 10 confirmed Ebola cases
Impact
Progress in the fight against Ebola has been made. Cases seem to be falling in Liberia, and -- critically -- more medical staff and treatment beds are in place across all three affected countries. But some of the main reasons why Ebola continues to spread have yet to change.
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Meanwhile, the condition of an Italian doctor who contracted Ebola while he was working in Sierra Leone has worsened, a Rome
Politics
"While there are some positive indications, there are new cases of Ebola every single day here in Liberia," he said. By David
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"Now we're seeing a downward trend, there's actually discussion over whether some of these ETUs are needed or not," she said
Politics
Most Americans say they don't actually fear Ebola, according to a Pew Research Center poll. At the same time, people do want
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According to NBC, 565 American troops are in West Africa to help the region fight the disease, with most of them in Liberia
Wellness
The staff member reported having symptoms to UNMIL medics on Sunday, a statement said. All staff members considered at-risk
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Richard Besser, who is ABC's chief health and medical editor, was the first journalist permitted to film inside Liberia's
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Dr. Brett Giroir joins HuffPost Live to talk about the recent Ebola scare in the United States.