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CDC on Texas Patient: Yes, It’s Ebola

Don’t panic. The CDC has confirmed that the patient who was quarantined Monday at a Dallas hospital has tested positive for Ebola. This is the first confirmed case of the virus ever in the United States. (Seriously, don’t panic). How to Talk to Your Children About Ebola Dallas Hospital Patient Shows Signs of Ebola What if There Was an Ebola Case in Boston? CDC: Ebola Cases Could Reach 1.4 Million in 4 Months

Virus Probed in Polio-Like Cases in Massachusetts

Boston Children's Hospital says it is treating four patients for muscle weakness or paralysis similar to nine cases reported in Colorado, and they are investigating if the symptoms are related to enterovirus 68. Health Officials Confirm Enterovirus Case in Mass. Report: More Than 150 Possible Enterovirus Cases at Boston Children's What You Need to Know About Enterovirus D68

5 Self-Defense Tips from IMPACT Boston

In this Work It Out, Boston video, Alexa Pozniak pays a visit to IMPACT Boston to learn how to respond effectively in the moment of threat and to end an altercation as quickly and safely as possible. Student Hospitalized After Stonehill College Sexual Assault California Approves Landmark ‘Yes Means Yes’ Law Second Sexual Assault Reported on Massasoit College Campus in 3 Days

From Ashtanga to Vinyasa: Your A to Z Guide to Yoga Styles

Ashtanga, Kundalini, Iynegar, Vinyasa…. what? Is your yoga vocabulary limited to downward dog and child’s pose? Don’t kriya, we’ve got your back. Michael Franti Talks Yoga at Soulshine Yoga & Music Festival Finding Zen in Less Than 27 Hours on Nantucket Yoga Positions for Better Sleep

Who Are Sports Drinks Really Targeting?

While sports beverages may be of benefit for some during endurance and high-intensity sports, they are being marketed to the public who typically are not sweating profusely, but rather, sitting on the couch watching Monday night football.

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