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newsweek.com — Health threats come through shipping ports and airports every day and the U.S. isn't prepared
Oct 20, 2014

RT @kurteichenwald: 1000s of Europeans died from a disease that began in USA. Should Europe close its borders to us? Read in @newsweek newsweek.com/fear-infectiou…

Oct 20, 2014

RT @kurteichenwald: Ebola has an upside. Maybe panic about an insignificant outbreak will make us hear warnings about the terrible ones. newsweek.com/fear-infectiou…

Oct 20, 2014

Infectious disease is a major national security threat to the USA. It's just not Ebola that's the real problem. newsweek.com/fear-infectiou…

Oct 20, 2014

Ebola has an upside. Maybe panic about an insignificant outbreak will make us hear warnings about the terrible ones. newsweek.com/fear-infectiou…

Oct 20, 2014

As we freak bout a disease that has killed no Americans, we ignore incurable one that kills tens of thousands a year. newsweek.com/fear-infectiou…

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newsweek.com — Akintunde Akinleye/Reuters Nigeria, Africa's largest economy, may have been declared free of the Ebola virus Monday, but the country as well as the rest of the sub-Saharan African region is at risk from the financial fallout of the outbreak, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Oct 20, 2014

Ebola has left Nigeria, but the threat still lingers over the region's economy newsweek.com/nigeria-eradic… @newsweek @Eboladeeply

newsweek.com — The quashing of pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong is souring China's relations with Taiwan
Oct 20, 2014

Brilliant Benny Avni tells us something new: Beijing’s Crushing of Democracy in Hong Kong Sends Chills Through Taiwan newsweek.com/2014/10/31/bei…

newsweek.com — Akintunde Akinleye/Reuters Nigeria, Africa's largest economy, may have been declared free of the Ebola virus Monday, but the country as well as the rest of the sub-Saharan African region is at risk from the financial fallout of the outbreak, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Oct 20, 2014

RT @Newsweek: Nigeria may have eradicated Ebola, but the virus still threatens the region’s economy — bit.ly/1vDjlYd pic.twitter.com/131hWoTjaa

newsweek.com — Violent clashes erupted in Hong Kong early on Sunday for a second night, deepening a sense of impasse between a government with limited options and a pro-democracy movement increasingly willing to confront police.

newsweek.com — To be a great hotel is to host fabulous lives but also, sometimes, spectacular deaths. One of these took place on July 26, 1938, when a young man from Long Island named John William Warde climbed out of a 17th-story window of what was then called the Gotham Hotel, in midtown Manhattan, near the southern border of Central Park.
Oct 20, 2014

RT @Newsweek: One in 68 children in the US is diagnosed with autism, a disorder that remains a mystery. bit.ly/1vzGw5I

newsweek.com — To be a great hotel is to host fabulous lives but also, sometimes, spectacular deaths. One of these took place on July 26, 1938, when a young man from Long Island named John William Warde climbed out of a 17th-story window of what was then called the Gotham Hotel, in midtown Manhattan, near the southern border of Central Park.
Oct 20, 2014

RT @Newsweek: Autism Murder Mystery: Did a wealthy woman murder her disabled son? bit.ly/1vzGeM6

Oct 19, 2014

RT @Newsweek: Autism Murder Mystery: Did a wealthy woman murder her disabled son? bit.ly/1vzGeM6

newsweek.com — To be a great hotel is to host fabulous lives but also, sometimes, spectacular deaths. One of these took place on July 26, 1938, when a young man from Long Island named John William Warde climbed out of a 17th-story window of what was then called the Gotham Hotel, in midtown Manhattan, near the southern border of Central Park.
Oct 20, 2014

Gigi Jordan didn't know how to fight son's autism. So she fought diagnosis in a most horrific way. (via @newsweek) newsweek.com/did-sons-autis…

Oct 20, 2014

RT @JohnRhinesSTL: Woman on the Ledge a.msn.com/01/en-us/BBa3T… For a father of an amazing 21 year-old son who is on the autism spectrum; a crushing read.

Oct 20, 2014

I don’t like having to say this, but this @Newsweek story on autism/murder by @alexnazaryan is, well, a garbage fire. newsweek.com/did-sons-autis…

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newsweek.com — A new drug lets you drink without becoming a drunk.
Oct 20, 2014

Nalmefene, sold as Selincro, is the first drug approved anywhere for the reduction of alcohol consumption. bit.ly/1x0SSSG

Oct 20, 2014

Good idea.... A new drug lets you drink without becoming a drunk bit.ly/10akwTr