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West Africa Can't Recover From Ebola Epidemic On Its Own

Following the flare-up of Ebola in Liberia 77 days after the outbreak was declared over, the region's top coordinator of the United Nations response to the epidemic said the three West African countries most affected by the deadly disease cannot recover from its ravages on their own.

Krzys WasilewskiUS Kids Love Drugs - American children take anti-psychotic drugs more often than their counterparts in Europe, says a recent British study.
SOP newswireNAVEL Elite Wellness Expo on Sunday May 4th with John Basedow - Fitness Celebrity John Basedow will be speaking and signing autographs at the NAVEL Elite Wellness Expo on Sunday May 4th at 1P.
SOP newswire'Trapped: Mercy for Addictions' offers hope - Addictions often begin when people try alcohol or drugs to escape from family dysfunction, abusive relationships, or painful emotions.
SOP newswireCatch your breath with Fitness Celebrity John Basedow - Meet John in person and get motivated to achieve all of your goals!
SOP newswire2Food Crisis Deepening Across Globe as Major Aid Group Forced to Scale Back Assistance - A lack of available funds from donor nations, combined with rising prices, has caused some regular food delivery channels to dry up, preventing the launch of new food aid projects where they are needed.
Anne Laszlo HowardLife Makeover for Family in Dire Need of Changes - Celia Kibler, Founder of Funfit and a Fitness Maverick Offers Tips and Advice
SOP newswireStudies show Abstinence Education works - Two new studies presented at the National Press Club provide encouraging findings about abstinence education.
SOP newswireJohn Basedow, Fitness Hunk: You have the Power - Take a look at Regional News Network where John cuts to the heart of the matter.
SOP newswireIn Dallas tomorrow, women will celebrate ban on partial-birth abortion - The women will be sharing the truth acknowledged by the Supreme Court and how abortion devastated their lives.
Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)Judyth Piazza Gets Fit with Stu Schaefer, Author of Lifetime Physique - When I train clients, I'm focused on achieving results! I always make sure my client are reaching high intensities when they train with both weights and when they do aerobics.
SOP newswireCare2 calls for prevention of child abuse - Approximately 1400 children are killed each year from abuse, most of whom are under the age of one.
SOP newswireSoaring cereal prices pound poorest people - UN says the cereal import bill of the world’s poorest countries is expected to rise by 56 percent this year.
SOP newswireVapor light bulbs and mercury exposure - Mercury vapor, immediately released upon breakage, can contaminate the air we breathe.
SOP newswireWhen Drug Abuse Starts at Home -- Painkiller Addiction - Within a year of first being prescribed the painkiller, he found himself in drug rehab. Simons was only 21 years old.
SOP newswireJohn Basedow will speak at NAVEL Elite Wellness Expo - Meet John in person and get motivated to achieve all of your goals!
SOP newswire143 million pounds of missing beef - Where is that recalled meat? The Bush Administration knows, but it won't tell you.
Zoneziwoh MbondguloWorld Health Day: A Word of Hope - This piece is a dedication to everybody on this occasion celebrating World Health Day, April 07.
SOP newswireNortheastern India suspects bird flu - A Tripura state veterinary official says health workers are preparing a mass slaughter of chickens and ducks in the area if bird flu is confirmed.
SOP newswireAnita Mahaffey, Turkey and Night Sweats - The connection goes deep spawning a line of sleepware called Cool-jams.
SOP newswireInternational Community marks World Autism Awareness Day - Autism Speaks Co-Founders Bob and Suzanne Wright, along with other families affected by autism, will kick off World Autism Awareness Day with a visit to the New York Stock Exchange.
SOP newswireIs Your Cell Phone Killing You? - Dr. Vini Khurana puts it this way: Mobile phones could have health consequences far greater than asbestos and smoking.
SOP newswireEPA proposes Aircraft Drinking Water Rule - Hope is to tailor existing health-based drinking water regulations to fit the unique characteristics of aircraft public water systems.
SOP newswireUN Health Agency declares Somalia Polio-Free - Described as a major victory in the global fight against polio, the disease has been eradicated.
Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)Judyth Piazza chats with Ronald M. Caplan, M.D, Author of Long Life - Ronald M. Caplan, M.D., is an Obstetrician Gynecologist and medical author who has spent the greater part of his life studying and treating the medical conditions that impact women's health.
SOP newswireAnimals Help Abused and Neglected Children Heal - During Laura's counseling, her trust in Rigo grew steadily. And one day, a breakthrough occurred. With her arms wrapped around Rigo for comfort and security, Laura whispered in his ear, describing in graphic detail her horror of abuse.
SOP newswireFamilies Play a Role in the Development of Eating Disorders - Family members often come to treatment with fear, carrying their own shame and guilt about why their loved one is struggling.
SOP newswireNew CDC Study Sees High Rate of Sexually-Transmitted Diseases in Teens - In a first-of-its-kind, nationwide study, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reported this week that one out of
SOP newswireCDC says at least 1 in 4 teen girls has STD - The study examined the national prevalence of four common STDs among adolescent girls.
SOP newswireHIV/AIDS Implementers Meeting scheduled June 3-7 - 'Sharing best practices and lessons learned in implementing programmes is an essential part of informing future AIDS programming,' said Dr. Peter Piot.
SOP newswireAmerican's Lifeline and Terri's Foundation now LIVE, worldwide. - 'We'll be able to educate Americans and raise awareness about the euthanasia movement like never before,' said Suzanne Vitadamo.
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