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What a 2009 psychology study on the swine flu pandemic can teach us about today's Ebola-induced panic...
From: The Atlantic | By: Brian Resnick | Friday, October 24, 2014
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Last night, NYC’s first case of Ebola was confirmed. Margaret Hartmann has a helpful primer on what we know about the situation. The basics: On Thursday, Dr. Craig Spencer, who had been working with Doctors Without Borders treating Ebola patients in...
From: The Atlantic | By: Andrew Sullivan | Friday, October 24, 2014
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Memories of the Ford administration.
From: Reason | By: Jesse Walker | Friday, October 24, 2014
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Looking behind the conspiracy theories.
From: Reason | By: Jesse Walker | Thursday, October 23, 2014
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The city says it's much more prepared for Ebola than Dallas
From: Time | By: Alexandra Sifferlin | Friday, October 24, 2014
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In the absence of credible, strong political leadership, paranoia about disease can go viral. We've seen this happen around the world with a wide range of illnesses, from swine flu to SARS to Ebola....
From: Los Angeles Times | By: Laurie Garrett and Maxine Builder | Friday, October 24, 2014
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"All three pandemics -- H1N1, SARS, AIDS -- were rife with rumors that, though created decades apart, had striking similarities. Every disease had a story claiming a government conspiracy or cover-up. Every disease had a list of sure-fire cures and treatments...
From: WBUR | By: Jon D. Lee | Thursday, October 23, 2014
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Flu shots are a driving sales force for more than a couple vaccine players. But could an oral alternative disrupt the flu vaccine market down the line?
From: Fierce Vaccines | By: Carly Helfand | Thursday, October 23, 2014
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