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Measles is killing more people in the DRC than Ebola—and faster - Ars Technica

Measles is killing more people in the DRC than Ebola—and faster  Ars Technica

As the world anxiously monitors the outbreak of Ebola in Democratic Republic of the Congo, health officials note that a measles outbreak declared last month in ...

Posted on 15 July 2019 | 6:25 pm | Google News

Sydney news: Outrage over Campbelltown cemetery approval, toddler dies from meningococcal - ABC Local

Sydney news: Outrage over Campbelltown cemetery approval, toddler dies from meningococcal  ABC Local

MORNING BRIEFING: Campbelltown Council lashes out at the State Government over its undemocratic intervention into a cemetery application, while a toddler ...

Posted on 15 July 2019 | 3:46 pm | Google News

Survey: Nearly half of first responders fear stigma over counseling - wsmh.com

Survey: Nearly half of first responders fear stigma over counseling  wsmh.com

FRANKENMUTH, Mich. – From fires to shootings, first responders are trained to run toward danger. Those emergency responders say helping people in need ...

Posted on 15 July 2019 | 1:08 pm | Google News

A New Way to Help Stop Insect Pests in Their Tracks - Mirage News

A New Way to Help Stop Insect Pests in Their Tracks  Mirage News

Spotted lanternfly, emerald ash borer, hemlock woolly adelgid, Asian longhorned beetle. These are but a few of the hundreds of exotic insect pests that...

Posted on 15 July 2019 | 12:14 pm | Google News

Markets drift after China reveals slowest growth in almost 30 years - Telegraph.co.uk

Markets drift after China reveals slowest growth in almost 30 years  Telegraph.co.uk

Stocks in Europe closed in a sea of green as Chinese economic growth reached its slowest rate in 27 years.

Posted on 15 July 2019 | 11:02 am | Google News

City dwellers can have an outsized impact on curbing global warming - The Keene Sentinel

City dwellers can have an outsized impact on curbing global warming  The Keene Sentinel

It's no secret that city folk like to eat, shop and travel. But all that consumption adds up to a hefty climate bill. On the flip side, that means urbanites have a lot of ...

Posted on 15 July 2019 | 11:00 am | Google News

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