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RT @DrRichardBesser: One strain is affecting the West African countries. A different strain is affecting the Congo.
RT @DrRichardBesser: It can live for at least several days. That is why in health facilities they spray surfaces with bleach.
If you survive Ebola, are you immune, like chickenpox? @DrRichardBesser pic.twitter.com/dNefL3UXUf
How long can the Ebola virus live outside the host? @DrRichardBesser pic.twitter.com/UGixujGZfv
RT @DrRichardBesser: Highly unlikely it will mutate to a form that spreads through air..but possible. Must knock this out in West Africa.
RT @DrRichardBesser: Hiding Ebola is not a crime. Until treatment in #ebola units improves families will continue to hide sick relatives
RT @DrRichardBesser: Do not travel to affected areas. #Ebola is spread by physical contact w/ body fluids of infected, ill patients.
Are the same Ebola treatments available across the world? What is available to US citizens? @DrRichardBesser pic.twitter.com/ObXCNUCuM7
What is the single best way I can prevent contracting Ebola? @DrRichardBesser pic.twitter.com/T4AegNYQiq
Should I be worried about contracting Ebola during international travel? @DrRichardBesser pic.twitter.com/r4dQfuEBxc
Ebola was discovered in 1976 near the Ebola River in what is now the Democratic Republic of the Congo. 1.usa.gov/1s3NXT0 @CDCgov
The current Ebola virus already has mutated to survive. Speed & mutation method varies by virus: bit.ly/1ueHEIT @DNews
In 1993, 400,000 Americans were infected with a killer parasite in tainted water. The source remains a mystery: bit.ly/1p2Eip4
How much do we really know about the Ebola virus? Watch tonight at 8/7c: bit.ly/1qZM9rK pic.twitter.com/GL27QCArk8
True or False: Survivors of Ebola are always contagious. Quiz: bit.ly/ZorWBD pic.twitter.com/C7jmNVe65i
See the protective suit worn by health workers aiding victims of the ebola virus wapo.st/1y7Xc7m @washingtonpost
Q&A with @DrRichardBesser begins tonight at 10/9c during Ebola: Are We Next? pic.twitter.com/T1UuKu3ds3
Get the facts on the Ebola outbreak. Watch Thursday at 8/7c: bit.ly/1qZM9rK pic.twitter.com/IfegMnESjx
'QWERTY' Keyboards May Have Changed How We Pick Baby Names, Study Shows huff.to/1wq30EW @HuffPostScience
After exposure to Ebola, symptoms may appear in anywhere from 2-21 days, although 8-10 is most common. 1.usa.gov/1s3NXT0 @CDCgov
RT @nytimesworld: 800 Million People Still Malnourished, U.N. Says nyti.ms/1o0yWdU
2014 Ebola outbreak is the largest Ebola outbreak in history and the first in West Africa. Get the facts: 1.usa.gov/1s3NXT0 @CDCgov
That’s it for tonight’s #Sex_Talk with @Shape_Magazine! Watch #Sextember on @disc_health weeknights at 10/9c all month!
@disc_health Yes! All it takes is a few small tweaks. Here are a few ways to start: bit.ly/1wivH6x #Sex_Talk #Sextember
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Q3 @Shape_Magazine it's hard to find time for sex. How do I get back in the swing of things? #Sex_Talk #Sextember pic.twitter.com/r1Y1baTRn0
Q1 @Shape_Magazine will moving in with my partner adversely impact our sex life? #Sex_Talk #Sextember pic.twitter.com/36xONzoqJE
Welcome to the #Sextember #Sex_Talk with @Shape_Magazine! Tonight we’re discussing “Romance and Sex”!
Join us on Twitter at 10pm EST for the #Sextember #Sex_Talk with @Shape_Magazine! Tonight it's all about "Romance and Sex".
US Steps Up Ebola Aid, But Is It Enough? huff.to/1uB1sbN @TheWorldPost
New Research Shows Schizophrenia Is Eight Different Diseases, Not One usat.ly/1r0fWkx @USATODAY
How worried should travelers to Africa be about Ebola? n.pr/1uAZ8RW @nprnews
Of those with PTSD, 70% of civilians and 90% of combat veterans suffer with sleep issues bit.ly/1q7mI2y @ScienceNews
80/20 Rule: 80% of the time eat whole, clean foods. 20% allow yourself to enjoy wholesome treats. bit.ly/XiuTCz @Shape_Magazine
3 in 10 Former NFL Players Will Get Alzheimer’s, Dementia ti.me/1m3PVAC @TIME
Drugs used for anxiety, sleep are linked to Alzheimer's disease in older people lat.ms/1tTQYp1 @latimes
What Type Of Dieter Are You? (And Why To Change It) abt.cm/1lwWtae @aboutdotcom
MT @TheDoctors: A 9-month-old baby contracted salmonella foodborne illness from the family dog. bit.ly/DrsDogFood