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  1. Ebola-stricken doc described as driven do-gooderRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | Washington Times

    Dr. Craig Spencer, the physician now being treated for Ebola in New York City, is the kind of globe-trotting do-gooder who could walk into a small village in Africa and, even though he didn't know the language, win people over through hugs alone, according to people who worked with him. Even before leaving for Guinea this summer to fight Ebola with Doctors Without Borders, the 33-year-old had amassed an ordinary man's lifetime worth of world travel, much of which was in the service of the poor.


  2. New York, New Jersey announce Ebola quarantinesRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago |

    New York state and New Jersey announced mandatory quarantines of arriving passengers who had direct contact with Ebola patients in West Africa early Friday evening, and within three hours Gov. Christie reported that a health-care worker who flew through Newark Liberty International Airport had developed a fever and was in isolation at University Hospital Newark. The developments came as state and local health departments were gearing up to carry out the latest federal directive for containing Ebola: monitoring for 21 days all travelers from Liberia, Guinea, or Sierra Leone who fly into the United States.


  3. Special Ebola team and ambulance ready for patients in AdaRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | KBCI CBS 2

    Ada County Paramedics says just because we haven't seen Ebola in this region of the country yet, that doesn't mean local paramedics won't start preparing. "You never know when someone who has flown to West Africa might come up to your door at a clinic or a hospital or call 911 and need help," said Bart Buckendorf, one of Ada County's paramedic field supervisors.


  4. Ebola-Stricken Doctor Passionate About Improving Africans' CareRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    The first Ebola patient diagnosed in New York City is a young emergency medicine doctor at Columbia University Medical Center with a passion for improving health care in Africa and other countries. Craig Spencer, 33, was rushed from his apartment at 546 West 147th Street to Bellevue Hospital at about noon on Oct. 23, after reporting a fever and stomach pain.


  5. Healthcare Worker Who Treated Ebola Patients Lands At Newark Airport, Develops FeverRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago |

    A healthcare worker with a recent history of treating Ebola patients in West Africa developed a fever and was kept in isolation Friday and Saturday, according to the New Jersey Department of Health Gov. Chris Christie indicated that the healthcare worker would be quarantined even though the person displayed no symptoms upon arrival at Newark Liberty International Airport earlier Friday. The Newark incident was the latest in a series of episodes involving cases where people were identified as having Ebola-like symptoms.


  6. NY, New Jersey issue stronger Ebola quarantineRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | WAOW

    Some days it might be tempting to call in "sick" to work. Recently, a survey on CareerBuilder, found what they call the 10 most unbelievable excuses for calling in sick.


  7. 'Many exposed' to Mali Ebola girlRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | The Daily Star

    The authorities in Mali have confirmed the death of the country's first Ebola patient, a two-year-old girl. The World Health Organisation said the toddler had travelled hundreds of kilometres by bus from Guinea through Mali showing symptoms of the disease.


  8. a Woman quarantined in New Jersey for Ebola exposure develops feverRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | CBS News

    The New Jersey Department of Health says a woman who arrived at Newark Liberty International Airport from West Africa and was the first traveler to be quarantined under new Ebola protocols has developed a fever. The woman, a health care worker who had been treating Ebola patients in Sierra Leone, is in isolation and being evaluated at University Hospital in Newark, according to CBS New York .


  9. Governors order Ebola quarantinesRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | Boston Herald

    Rattled by the infection of a New York doctor, the governors of that state and New Jersey yesterday ordered mandatory quarantines for medical workers and other travelers who have had contact with Ebola victims - and local doctors are questioning if the Bay State will be next. "Based on the case in New York, it is likely that if someone has been in an Ebola treatment capacity in West Africa, there will be new advice on how to handle that," said Dr. Stephen Calderwood, infectious diseases expert at Massachusetts General Hospital.


  10. Weekender: pony trekkingRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    For an up-close look at the changing of the seasons in all their majestic glory, Suzanne McCall's advice is to get on horseback. Since June she has been taking small groups out on pony-trekking trips up to the moorland surrounding Balloch.


  11. NJ official: Female health care worker who'd been in Africa isolated with feverRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | KFOR-TV Oklahoma City

    One day after New York officials announced a Doctors Without Borders physician had tested positive for Ebola, another person who treated patients in West Africa developed a fever and was put in isolation at a northern New Jersey hospital. The second health care worker, a woman who hasn't been identified by name, did not have any Ebola symptoms upon arrival Friday at Newark Liberty International Airport, New Jersey health department spokesman Donna Leusner said.


  12. Person a under surveillancea for Ebola in Kent County after returning from West AfricaRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | WXMI-TV Grand Rapids

    GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.- A person in Kent County is being monitored for Ebola after returning from West Africa, the Health Department announced Friday. It's a first for West Michigan and The Kent County Health Department says this person is at a very low risk.


  13. 'Avengers: Age of Ultron': James Spader talks playing UltronRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago |

    One day after the first trailer for "Avengers: Age of Ultron " leaked online, the new villain is speaking out about his character. On October 23 posted an interview with actor James Spader , who plays the villainous Ultron join the film, about what fans can expect from the iconic character.


  14. State sets Ebola monitoring protocolRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    Beginning Monday, travelers arriving in Pennsylvania from West Africa will undergo twice-daily monitoring for Ebola symptoms for 21 days, with county and municipal health departments responsible for travelers entering their jurisdictions. Health officials, including those with the Allegheny County Health Department, have been briefed on the protocol and "are ready," said State Department of Health spokeswoman Aimee Tysarczyk.


  15. Massage therapist claims firing over Ebola threatRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg

    A massage therapist tells 10 News that she was fired from her job as a massage therapist because of her planned vacation to W. Masseuse claims firing over Ebola threat Tampa, Florida - A massage therapist tells 10 News that she was fired from her job as a massage therapist because of her planned vacation to W. Check out this story on "He asked me if I knew about Ebola. a I said yes.


  16. Ebola: Is "self-monitoring" good enough?Read the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | CBS News

    When Dr. Craig Spencer returned to New York from West Africa last week after doing volunteer work treating Ebola patients for Doctors Without Borders , he followed recommended guidelines to monitor his own health for any signs of illness. But now that he's been diagnosed with Ebola, some are wondering if " self-monitoring " is good enough, or whether more restrictions should be placed on the movements and contacts of someone who may have been exposed to the disease.


  17. Should health care workers who treat Ebola in Africa be quarantined?Read the original story

    18 hrs ago | WICU12 Erie

    When doctors risk their lives and sacrifice their livelihoods to go to West Africa and provide desperately needed treatment to those suffering from Ebola, what should be their reward upon coming home? The governors of New York and New Jersey instituted just such a policy Friday, announcing that airport screening will be stepped up in their states and that any arriving passengers who'd recently been in the West African nations hit hardest by Ebola could be hospitalized or quarantined for up to 21 days -- sick or not. Measures such as these would affect people who lived or traveled to countries such as Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, where all but a handful of the nearly 10,000 documented Ebola cases and almost 5,000 deaths have occurred.


  18. New York Doctor With Ebola Was Quick to Volunteer OverseasRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Wall Street Journal

    To those who know him, Craig Spencer is a humanitarian eager to share his medical skills in poor countries afflicted by Ebola and other diseases.


  19. N.Y., N.J. governors impose new Ebola quarantine rulesRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, left, listens as New Jersey Governor Chris Christie talks at a news conference, Friday, Oct. 24, 2014 in New York. The governors announced a mandatory quarantine for people returning to the United States through airports in New York and New Jersey who are deemed "high risk."


  20. Local Experts Concerned With CDC Guidlines For EbolaRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | KKTV

    In light of the latest case of Ebola in the U.S., local Ebola experts are worried about more cases coming directly from Western Africa. 11 News sat down with Andrew Price-Smith, the Director of Global Health for Colorado College in Colorado Springs to talk about the guidelines currently in place by the Centers for Disease Control regarding people traveling from Western Africa to the United States, Andrew Price-Smith: "The current procedures are a little 'laxed...They ask people who are returning from West Africa to self-monitor for a period of roughly 21 days.