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Things We Want To Try: Coffee Leaf Tea
Health & Wellness  (tags: Coffee Leaf Tea, diet, health, interesting, antioxidants benefits, society, Africa, Ethiopia, news, research, environment )

Carrie
- 52 days ago - modernfarmer.com
A tea (well, technically a tisane) made from the leaves of the coffee bush have been drunk in parts of Africa for centuries. Yet even in the most coffee-crazed cities in North America, we've never seen the beverage before. So what is it, and could it ...
The Most Important Document Ever Shared on the Internet [Text Video]
Health & Wellness  (tags: world, society, humans, truth, awakening, action, violence, freedoms, children, death, crime, corruption, government, terrorism, israel, iraq, iran, europe, china, africa, asia, politics, palestine, middle-east, 'HUMANRIGHTS!', 'CIVILLIBERTIES!', health, env )

Evelyn
- 90 days ago - starshipearththebigpicture.com
The truth is so shocking itâEUR(TM)s no wonder so many people simply canâEUR(TM)t believe it, but itâEUR(TM)s time we put on our big boy pants and faced it...
CDC Confirms First Case Of Ebola In The US
Health & Wellness  (tags: Ebola, US, Africa, Outbreak, Medicine, Health, CDC, Centers For Disease Control )

Brian
- 214 days ago - businessinsider.com
"While the ongoing epidemic in West Africa made an eventual imported Ebola case likely, the risk of an actual outbreak in the US is very low since our healthcare system is much more advanced."
1976 Vs. Today: Ebola's Terrifying Evolution
Health & Wellness  (tags: Ebola, Outbreak, Africa, Health Care, Doctors Without Borders )

Brian
- 224 days ago - thedailybeast.com
"Though it was 40 years ago, doctors contained Zaire's 1976 Ebola outbreak better than today's outbreak. In a new paper, those doctors give insight and advice to current health care workers."
WHO Aims to Use Ebola Survivors' Blood to Boost Patients' Immunity
Health & Wellness  (tags: disease, death, healthcare, Ebola, research, treatment, africa )

Naoko
- 238 days ago - japantimes.co.jp
Desperate to restore hope amid the Ebola crisis, the World Health Organization said Friday it would accelerate the use of experimental treatments and vaccines to contain the expanding epidemic in West Africa.
Tech Is Racing Against Time as Africa's Ebola Outbreak Spreads
Health & Wellness  (tags: Africa, Ebola Outbreak, CDC, WHO, safety, treatment, humans, illness, healthcare, health, government, death, news, medicine )

Carrie
- 310 days ago - dailydot.com
It's like something out of Outbreak or The Hot Zone: Aid workers in awkward biohazard suits maneuvering around a pop-up hospital and isolation unit, fighting a deadly virus in crude conditions.
Video:When Future Generations Look Back On Us, They'Ll Say We Had The Opportunity To End 3 Awful Epidemics
Health & Wellness  (tags: africa, asia, GoodNews, humanrights, HumanRights, ethics, children, 'HUMANRIGHTS!', freedoms, world, society, protection, prevention, health, healthcare, disease, risks, safety, science, study, treatment, medicine, research, illness )

JL
- 624 days ago - upworthy.com
Rajiv Narayan Just because this video is about global pandemics doesn't mean it's all doom and gloom. For once, we have some good news and the opportunity for even better news. Watch and share the progress!
Video: A Humble Nigerian Carpenter Rethinks Latrines
Health & Wellness  (tags: world, ethics, GoodNews, interesting, africa, children, disease, health, society, risks, safety, protection, prevention, interesting, humans )

JL
- 628 days ago - unicefusa.org
The inspiring story of how a Nigerian carpenter helped solve a latrine problem in Benue State with a simple, low-cost invention that keeps the community's pit latrines cool and bug-free, and helps save lives by encouraging good hygiene practices.
Road Deaths, Cancer and Diabetes Becoming Africa's Hidden Epidemics
Health & Wellness  (tags: africa, ethics, freedoms, HumanRights, government, world, children, death, environment, health, illness, disease, research, protection, prevention, risks, safety, study, warning )

JL
- 634 days ago - theguardian.com
The more sub-Saharan Africa becomes urbanized, the greater the health threats from road traffic, cancer and diabetes, says a World Bank report. Deaths from road traffic are expected to "become the biggest killer of children between five & 15 by 2015,
Petition to President Obama ACTION US
Health & Wellness  (tags: family, children, ge seed, Africa, health, gmo, agriculture )

Nancy
- 680 days ago - actionaidusa.org
The New Alliance actually represents a shift in policies to favor large agribusiness. This threatens to displace smallholder agriculture in favor of less sustainable practices, placing food security at risk.
AFRICA: The Battle to Save DRC's Mothers
Health & Wellness  (tags: women, safety, SUBSTANDARD CARE, africa, health, humans, medicine, disease, protection, prevention, treatment )

Cal
- 698 days ago - ipsnews.net
The health sector in the DRC faces serious medical challenges including having to deal with obsolete biomedical equipment, the lack of cold rooms for vaccine storage, and a shortage of qualified personnel
ACTION NEEDED Outlaw the Sale of African Lion Meat
Health & Wellness  (tags: conservation, ecosystems, wildlife, protection, endangered, world, safety, prevention, treatment, animalwelfare, animaladvocates, conservation, endangered, extinction, killed, killing, sadness, suffering, slaughter, wildlife, environment, animals, cats, c )

Kelly
- 709 days ago - forcechange.com
Today, there is an estimated population of 18,000-20,000 lions in the world. The actual figure is probably much lower. Companies like Czimer's Game & Seafood hunt, kill, and sell wild animals, such as African lions, to the public.
Take Action/Video:Surviving the First Day STATE OF THE WORLD'S MOTHERS
Health & Wellness  (tags: 'HUMANRIGHTS!', africa, asia, children, world, society, middle-east, freedoms, death, HumanRights, women, society, safety, child, culture, family, ethics, babies, health, healthcare, prevention, nutrition, protection, warning, safety, risks, humans )

JL
- 720 days ago - savethechildren.org
In honor of Mother's Day, Save the Children presents our 14th annual State of the World's Mothers report.
The U.S. Government's "Watch List" on Developing Countries' Use of Health Rights
Health & Wellness  (tags: 'CIVILLIBERTIES!', 'HUMANRIGHTS!', africa, asia, children, conflict, corruption, freedoms, government, HumanRights, humanrights, politics, usa, world, middle-east, prevention, investigation, protection, risks, safety, society, children, government, warnin )

JL
- 721 days ago - citizenvox.org
Special 301 is an annual report by the Office of the US Trade Representative (USTR) which places countries on a "watch list" if USTR would like to see greater changes in their intellectual property rules or enforcement practice.
 

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