Urgent-care clinics ill-equipped to treat Ebola

A new concern over the spread of Ebola surfaced recently when a Dallas County sheriff's deputy who searched the apartment of the first patient to die from the virus in the U.S. started feeling ill and went to an urgent-care clinic. The rapidly expanding facilities aren't designed to treat serious illnesses and are ill-equipped to deal with suspect…

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Going under the microscope: EBOLA

With the spotlight on Ebola during the last month, a focus also is shifting to the people at the frontlines caring for those patients. Ebola is a deadly virus that has devastated five African countries since March. More than 4,600…

18 October 2014 [09:44 PM]
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Gov. Perry calls for travel ban due to Ebola

WILL WEISSERT, Associated Press AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Republican Texas Gov. Rick Perry reversed course and joined other top conservatives in calling…

17 October 2014 [03:28 PM]
Frisco patient suspected to have Ebola

FRISCO (AP) — Emergency responders in suburban Dallas say a patient "exhibiting signs and symptoms" of Ebola claims to have had contact with the man diagnosed with the disease in Dallas. But state health officials say there is no indication…

08 October 2014 [03:52 PM]
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How to fend off diet food fatigue?

To avoid getting bored with the usual salad, sandwich or pot of beans, nutrition experts recommend that we mix things up every…

04 October 2014 [08:36 PM]
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Weight loss not complex, but we are

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28 September 2014 [09:04 AM]
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Pastors need support for mental illness

Each Sunday, they teach congregations, counsel families during tough times and serve as messengers of hope and faith. Men and women of…

28 September 2014 [09:00 AM]
Survey: Most protestant pastors don't address mental health issues

A Nashville-based evangelical research center released data Monday, which shows that while protestant pastors are aware of issues surrounding mental illness, most do not address it regularly. The survey also showed that nearly a quarter of pastors surveyed — 23…

22 September 2014 [08:48 PM]