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Doctor Boards Flight Wearing Hazard Suit

Posted On October 02, 2014

(Atlanta, GA) -- A medical doctor says the CDC is "sugar coating" the risk of Ebola spreading inside the U.S.   Dr. Gil Mobley says he checked in and cleared airport security today wearing a mask, goggles, gloves, boots and a hooded white jumpsuit. He got on a plane at Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson Airport to protest…

Dating Website Lists Top 10 Cities For Cheaters

Posted On October 02, 2014

(Undated) -- A dating website is out with its Top Ten cities for cheaters. AshleyMadison.com lists Portland, Maine as the number one cheating city in the nation based on its list of clients looking for affairs. San Antonio, Texas and Phoenix, Arizona placed second and third. Salt Lake City, Utah and Oklahoma City round out…

CDC Still Confident Ebola Will Be Contained

Posted On October 02, 2014

(Dallas, TX) -- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is reassuring the public that any new Ebola cases in the U.S. will be quickly contained.  CDC Director Dr. Tom Frieden [[ FREE-den ]] says Thomas Duncan was symptom-free when he was screened in Liberia and didn't start showing Ebola symptoms until he showed up…

Cyberbullying Down, More Teens Reporting Incidents

Posted On October 02, 2014

(Atlanta, GA) -- Cyberbullying might be on the decline. Nearly 55-percent of the teenagers taking part in a Cox Communications poll admit they've witnessed an incident of online bullying. But just 24-percent say they've been the target of a cyberbully, which is down seven percent from last year. Meanwhile, more teens are speaking out when…

Paralysis May Be Linked To Enterovirus D-68

Posted On October 02, 2014

(Ann Arbor, MI) -- A paralyzed child at University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children's Hospital has tested positive for Enterovirus D-68. The CDC has confirmed the case and is working to determine a direct link between the virus and paralysis. Officials say that several other children who have reported limb weakness and paralysis have also…