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The Evidence Demands Ebola Quarantines

By: Betsy McCaughey President Barack Obama and Kaci Hickox, a nurse who returned from treating Ebola patients in Sierra Leone on October 24, are attacking states’ efforts to keep returning health-care workers away from...

Ebola crisis: Administration takes politically correct approach, ignores science

On Monday, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention head Thomas Frieden announced a new policy on health care workers returning from Ebola-plagued West Africa.

Still Wrong Ebola Fix

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced its new Ebola strategy Monday. Beyond more training and more protective gear for hospital staff, the CDC is also encouraging states to designate certain hospitals for...

Dallas’ Ebola Errors

RoseAnn DeMoro, head of National Nurses United, is warning that hospitals in the U.S. “are not ready to confront” Ebola. But Thomas Frieden, MD, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention insists...

Ebola: Most US hospitals not prepared for deadly disease

Thomas Frieden, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, announced on Tuesday that a man who flew from Liberia to Dallas last week is infected with Ebola and being treated at Texas...

The Wrong Way to Help Fight Ebola

President Obama told the United Nations on Thursday that “we are not moving fast enough” to curb the Ebola outbreak engulfing Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia.

Ebola crisis: Yes, we need to help but is Obama ready to keep Americans safe?

America is silently acquiescing to President Obama’s extraordinarily expensive and flawed plan to fight Ebola in West Africa. On Tuesday, Obama announced he is committing $763 million dollars and 3,000 military personnel to taming...

NEWSMAX: Race Baiting No Cure For Ebola

Seeing health care workers from the U.S. and other countries rush to care for Africans stricken with Ebola is proof of remarkable progress toward achieving color blind medicin

IBD: U.S. Hospitals Aren’t Ready For Ebola Outbreak

Ebola poses virtually no risk to most Americans, but hospital workers and their patients could face real danger if someone unknowingly infected with the deadly virus travels to the U.S. and comes to an...