Two experts on medical ethics address the most pressing Ebola ethical questions, from performing CPR to the use of medical placebos.
Even in the face of a disease like Ebola, people value freedom and convenience over the public good.
Banning flights will only delay the inevitable and only by a couple of months. Continue reading →
Double-bubble tents, isolation transport units and impermeable clothing will all be used to protect against an Ebola virus escape.
The technique can show within 24 hours whether a patient's blood has the bacteria that cause sepsis.
Most of the cases are concentrated in the Northeast and upper Midwest, with 96 percent of reports coming from 13 states. Continue reading →
This method of extermination killed between 75 to 100 percent of the ticks in the area. Continue reading →
Lab-on-a-chip reflectors are capable of detecting pathogens and could give first-responders more immediate results. ->
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