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The WHO has finally made the Ebola outbreak an international emergency. Public health officials have been criticizing the WHOs hesitation for months now. When Ebola was rapidly spreading in a war zone they held back, because it hadn’t actually crossed a border. When it finally did spread to a nearby country—and a major city at […]

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For work, for pleasure, never travel without good dietary support. Travel changes our diet, limits what’s available, and sometimes makes us sick—leaving us short on the nutrients we need. Give yourself a daily safety net, a base of the nutrients you need to start your day with a daily multivitamin like Mito Cardia CVS. In […]

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When it comes to aching muscles, our first thoughts are often exercise, chores like yard work, or a new activity (that may be using different muscles). But inactivity can cause cramps, aches, and muscle tension, too! And inactivity that’s forced—whether you’re stuck on an airplane, in a hospital bed, or recovering from an injury—can hurt […]

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Checking In On Ebola

May 10, 2019

It’s getting worse, not better. Ebola in the Congo is infecting people in the double digits daily. Aid workers aren’t able to trace the route of Ebola from patient to patient, and are under attack from the local violence (which is also scaring away people who need treatment, further spreading Ebola). And their projections must […]

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As Ebola cases in the Congo pass 600, more complications are prolonging the outbreak. Aid workers have been hampered by conflict in the region, and recent political drama has caused another wave of drama and conflict, as well as an attack on a hospital. With Ebola now in major cities/urban areas, there’s an increasing chance […]

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