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Number of Ebola cases has now topped 10,000

Liberia Races To Expand Ebola Treatment Facilities, As U.S. Troops Arrive

One of the scariest medical nightmares in history is the Ebola virus.  According to the World Health Organization, the virus is spreading faster than ever, and it’s also mutating.  What’s worse is that experts are not in agreement about whether the virus can be airborne or how long it lies dormant inside the body before showing symptoms or appearing on ... Read More »

Risky? Obama hugs the nurse who had Ebola

U.S. President Obama hugs Dallas nurse Pham at the Oval Office in Washington

The Ebola epidemic has the entire United States on edge for three reasons.  For starters, this is the first time the virus has come to American soil.  Second, there are questions about how the virus is spread.  Some say that it can’t be airborne, but there are scientists who disagree.  Also, people are wondering how nurses with full protective gear are ... Read More »

Man accused of unspeakable acts with a 23-month old baby


A man with a criminal past involving sεxual assαult is now accused of an unspeakable crime against a child. David Richard Wilson, 33, is already a sεx offender but now he’s charged with two counts of  sεxual assαult of a child. Wilson is accused of sεxually abυsing his 23 month old niece last November. The child’s parents sent the child ... Read More »

70s actress gives bad news about her cancer diagnosis


Reported by Nigel Boys Danielle Spencer (pictured), the former child star who played Dee Thomas in the ABC sitcom “What’s Happening,” which ran from 1976 to 1979, gave up acting to pursue her dream of becoming a veterinarian at Tuskegee University. However, the 49-year-old actress who is remembered for her line in the show, “Ohh, I’m gonna tell momma,” reportedly ... Read More »

Ebola: What a Health Expert Says We Aren’t Being Told


By: Krystle Crossman Talk about Ebola is all around. How can we contain it? How do we treat those who have been infected? How do we stop it from spreading? The government and CDC state that here in the U.S. we have everything under control, but do we really? One Hazmat-trained medical professional from Maine says no; most of the ... Read More »

Stanford professor explains EXACTLY why people get depressed


Professor Robert Sopolsky at Stanford University is a respected biologist and psychologist.  He gives lectures for free on the Internet, and his classes have been viewed by millions of people.  The knowledge that Dr. Sopolsky shares is valuable and highly relevant to the African American community, even though he is applying it to anyone willing to listen. In the lecture ... Read More »

Ebola Is Patented by the CDC, Here’s Why | Techyville


Conspiracy theorists have had a field day coming up with elaborate explanations to discredit the deadly Ebola virus that has plagued some West African nations and infected two nurses in the US who cared for a man who contracted the virus while being in close contact to another person in Liberia who suffered from the disease. Some theorists believe that ... Read More »

Are Schools Reacting Well to Ebola?


By: Krystle Crossman With the news that the nurse who contracted Ebola in the US had been on a domestic flight, schools are taking action to try and limit or prevent an outbreak among students. After the news of the airline flight two schools shut down. Other schools began doing health screenings on the students. In Fairfax County Schools in ... Read More »

The beautiful and talented Joanne Borgella passes away at 32


By Yolanda Spivey Joanne Borgella, who was a plus size model and an American Idol contestant, passed away today at the age of 32. Borgella, announced to her fans in October 2013 that she was battling a rare form of cancer. The beauty shared her journey with her many fans on her Facebook page—posting pictures of herself waiting for test ... Read More »

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