Donald J. Trump’s Election Day upset defied polls and media expectations. Once the mud-stained curtain of innuendo and accusation is pulled aside, it becomes evident that the Republican candidate appealed to American voters on a diverse array of issues — some of which have been more pivotal than others. Here’s a closer look at how Trump managed to pull off the biggest Election Day surprise many Americans have witnessed. (more…)
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Posted in health, tagged admitting practices and procedures, CDC, containment, database, disclosure, Ebola, health care, health care system, healthcare, hospital, infectious disease, Lassa fever, Liberia, monitoring, public health, safety, security, travel, voluntary, West Africa on May 26, 2015| Leave a Comment »
A year ago, the Ebola crisis in West Africa became all too real as American healthcare workers from afflicted regions returned for treatment in the U.S., and a visiting West African national took ill and later died at a Texas hospital.
Although Ebola was successfully contained, a recent incident in New Jersey points to a gap in healthcare security that remains as troublesome as ever.
According to a May 25 Associated Press article, an American suffering from symptoms that very well could have been confused with Ebola — Lassa fever — allegedly failed to inform hospital workers in New Jersey that he had recently returned from a trip to Liberia.
Hospital officials said they had asked the man about his travel history and that he did not say he had recently been to West Africa, CDC officials said. (more…)
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