Tuesday, July 29, 2014
 

 
 
President Barack Obama is getting updates on the outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus in Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Nigeria, an administration official said on Monday, noting U.S. agencies had increased their assistance in the past several weeks. The outbreak of the highly infectious disease has killed 672 people. Susan Rice, Obama's national security adviser, said in a televised interview on Monday that the outbreak was of "grave concern."

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President Barack Obama is getting updates on the outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus in Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Nigeria, an administration official said on Monday, noting U.S. agencies had increased their assistance in the past several weeks. The outbreak of the highly infectious disease has killed 672 people. Susan Rice, Obama's national security adviser, said in a televised interview on Monday that the outbreak was of "grave concern."

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Some Lehigh University students are teaming up with therapists at Good Shepherd Rehab to get the upper hand on what may be the future of prosthetic.   [READ MORE]
 
Some Lehigh University students are teaming up with therapists at Good Shepherd Rehab to get the upper hand on what may be the future of prosthetic.   [READ MORE]
 
The Ebola virus, which has infected two U.S. humanitarian workers in Liberia, is only a short plane ride from any city on Earth. But federal health officials say it’s not a big worry for most Americans. Ebola is causing the worst outbreak ever seen right now, in three West African countries — Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea. It’s infected at least 1,200 people and killed more than 670 of them.   [READ MORE]
 
The Ebola virus, which has infected two U.S. humanitarian workers in Liberia, is only a short plane ride from any city on Earth. But federal health officials say it’s not a big worry for most Americans. Ebola is causing the worst outbreak ever seen right now, in three West African countries — Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea. It’s infected at least 1,200 people and killed more than 670 of them.   [READ MORE]
 
 
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