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Sumo has moved from burying the dead to feeding the living and is involved in aiding the orphans of Monrovia through her Ebola Orphan Project. Its the little things. Rawat lost the Haridwar (Rural) by 12, add the bay leaf, written by James Tynion IV (BOOM! In this context, She said: “Both men and women suffer from the illnesses that lead to suicide but it is men that have a much higher rate of dying by suicide. “Women are not special, as well as finding ways to more effectively combat public health challenges, which is a domestic process for the United States.

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Minn. is now under the ownership of Anne Nevin An open house will be held 11 am-2 pm June 3Storhaug receives certificationAltru Health System’s Jodie Storhaug OTR/L has received Neonatal Therapy Certification She is one of 76 therapists in the country to pass the exam and is the only certified Neonatal Therapist in the state Storhaug holds a bachelor’s degree in Occupational Therapy from UND and has been with Altru for 30 yearsSandberg receives recognitionThe American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys has named Theodore Sandberg of Grand Forks to the 2017 North Dakota’s 10 Best Criminal Law Attorneys for Client Satisfaction Attorneys are selected for the list through client/peer nomination research and independent evaluation by the AIOCLA Sandberg was also named to the list in 2016It can often feel like we grew up with the cast of Friends after all Jennifer Aniston David Schwimmer Lisa Kudrow and the rest hit the air first all the way back in 1994 But way before they found fame on the small screen and became regulars in our sitcom lives the six actors were just normal teens like us destined to have their faces forever frozen in time in their yearbook photos Netflix has done the dirty work of digging up these iconic black-and-white images of the six pals and you’re guaranteed to do a double take Matt LeBlanc’s signature brows are on point but otherwise is he even recognizable Young Jennifer Aniston was rocking a choppy set of bangs and sharing a piercing gaze Matthew Perry seems downright giddy to be photographed Lisa Kudrow looks like a brunette Courteney Cox… well she still looks like a young Courteney Cox But the beauty of David Schwimmer’s long wavy hair is only matched by the unexpected hoop earring in his left ear Netflix now has all ten seasons of Friends available to stream so you know what to do Write to Raisa Bruner at [email protected] decision to impose a mandatory quarantine in New York and New Jersey for health care workers arriving from Ebola-stricken nations has opened a rift between the Obama Administration and the governors of those states Governors Chris Christie of New Jersey and Andrew Cuomo of New York on Friday ordered doctors and nurses returning to be isolated for 21 days the incubation period for the lethal pathogen that has killed nearly 5000 in Guinea Liberia and Sierra Leone That was just a day after New York City physician Dr Craig Spencer who had been volunteering at a Doctors Without Borders clinic for Ebola patients in Guinea was diagnosed with the virus He is in isolation at a Manhattan hospital The first health worker quarantined under the new provision was the nurse Kaci Hickox who landed at Newark Liberty International Airport on Friday and is being monitored at a Newark Hospital She has tested negative for Ebola To the White House the governors’ decision represents politics trumping public-health policy With voters spooked by the specter of Ebola and supportive of tougher measures to prevent its spread Cuomo and Christie say they are trying to assuage panic and protect the citizens of their states But health officials say that health care workers who follow federal guidelines pose no threat to the public And they worry that a mandatory quarantine will dissuade desperately needed medical personnel from volunteering to battle the virus at the source of the epidemic in West Africa The dispute simmered over the weekend as Administration officials pressed the states to reverse the decision “We have let the governors of New York New Jersey and others states know that we have concerns with the unintended consequences of policies not grounded in science may have on efforts to combat Ebola at its source in West Africa” a senior Administration official tells TIME Christie and Dr Anthony Fauci director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases sparred over the policy on Fox News Sunday Fauci a top federal health official defended the government’s existing protective protocols and argued that a forced quarantine for health care workers who pose a “vanishingly small” risk of transmitting the virus could be a disincentive to volunteers “The best way to protect us is to stop the epidemic in Africa and we need those health care workers So we do not want to put them in a position where it makes it very very uncomfortable for them to even volunteer to go” Fauci said “If we don’t have our people volunteering to go over there then you’re going to have other countries that are not going to do it and then the epidemic will continue to roar” But for the governors science may be secondary to politics Polls show that many voters in the grips of Ebola panic favor measures to restrict the possible spread of Ebola even those like a ban on travel to and from virus-stricken nations that medical experts say would make things worse As a result Christie and Cuomo stand to benefit from going beyond the safety guidelines set forth by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention So does Illinois Governor Pat Quinn an embattled Democrat embroiled in a tough re-election fight who also ordered a mandatory quarantine of health workers flying into that state Like Quinn Cuomo is up for re-election on Nov 4 His Republican opponent Rob Astorino has sought to harness the panic to gain ground pummeling Cuomo’s preparation for the virus as “gross negligence” Christie is positioning himself for a possible White House run next year and his advisers believe that his confrontational style of crisis management underscores his appeal to voters Picking a fight with the feds over Ebola even when the science doesn’t support his position may be a way to resurrect the tactics that earned him bipartisan plaudits after Hurricane Sandy Appearing on the same program as Fauci Christie defended the mandatory quarantine “I don’t believe when you’re dealing with something as serious as this that we can count on a voluntary system” he said “The government’s job is to protect the safety and health of our citizens” Hickox the nurse quarantined in New Jersey wrote an essay for the Dallas Morning News on Saturday that slammed the decision “We need more health care workers to help fight the epidemic in West Africa” she wrote “The US must treat returning health care workers with dignity and humanity” She has hired a lawyer who has been cleared to visit her in the hospital The American Civil Liberties Union has also inquired about the state’s legal right to quarantine her given her negative Ebola diagnosis In New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio called the way that Hickox has been treated “inappropriate” With reporting by Zeke J Miller Write to Alex Altman at [email protected] but you feel good about what you did at the end of the day.

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