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The Miami HeraldCARREFOUR, Haiti The water inspectors were negotiating with an irate homeowner over her illegal hookup when a neighbor signaled he wanted to talk. "I would like to know how I can get water access," physician Cyprien Jean-Jonas said from inside his one-...
WSBT-TVNOTRE DAME – More fascinating history as we continue to delve into Notre Dame's 170th anniversary. Did you know a devastating cholera epidemic almost wiped out the campus 12 years after the university first opened its doors? WSBT's Kelli...
Tags: Epidemics and Plagues
Cholera broke out in Haiti two years ago, and more than 7,000 people have died. Some researchers traced the outbreak's origin to United Nations peacekeepers sent from Nepal after the devastating earthquake in 2010. The theory that Nepalese soldiers...
Regarding your article about the city's plan to strip some liquor stores of their licenses, many studies have shown that communities with greater densities of alcohol outlets have higher levels of drinking, unintentional injuries and violence ("...
SAN DIEGO -- San Diego State University students will soon begin studying the connection between climate change and the spread of infectious disease, thanks to a grant which will fund summer and research programs, the university announced Monday. The W....
With the Fourth of July approaching, many people are contemplating cookouts and picnics. But all that celebratory food and drink can pose a threat to your health. There are steps to take to ensure there aren't any unwelcome fireworks in your belly,...
A Winchester Sun article from April 23, 1897, entitled “Our Cities of the Dead,” identified all the local cemeteries known at that time. These six cemeteries, plus two not mentioned in the article, are described below. — Winchester...
Norway killer Breivik defends massacre: 'I would have done it again' OSLO, Norway (AP) — Anders Behring Breivik on Tuesday defended his massacre of 77 people, insisting he would do it again and calling the bomb-and-shooting rampage the most...
Tags: Journalism, Iraq War (2003-2011), Iraq, Tetanus, Technology
TechnologyOrgan Trail, a zombie-filled game based on the popular educational computer game The Oregon Trail, will become available to play on mobile devices....
World NowTwo years after an earthquake devastated Haiti's capital, Port-au-Prince, there has been progress, including elections. But much is left to do, with half a million people who lost their homes still living in squalid camps....
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