Health & Lifestyle
VIDEO: Ebola Case In Dallas Confirmed By CDC, First Diagnosis In U.S. October 1, 2014
A patient at a Dallas hospital has tested positive for Ebola, the first case of the disease to be diagnosed in the United States, federal health officials announced Tuesday.
VIDEO: Dallas Hospital Isolates Suspected Ebola Patient In First Suspected Case In The US
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas said the patient was admitted based on symptoms and "recent travel history.
VIDEO: Louisiana Rape Victims Being Billed For Hospital Visits Following Their Assault
In Louisiana, victims of sex crimes often are billed for forensic medical exams and related care even though state and federal guidelines require many of these services be provided at no cost to the victim.
With The People’s Climate March Behind Us, What Do We Do Now?
The climate crisis is an opportunity to think boldly and reshape our world so it is better than what we have now. Our path to travel -- in solidarity, refusing to leave anyone behind -- involves a “movement of movements” that can’t be ignored.
VIDEO: Baby Taken From Parents After Father Admitted To “Using Marijuana” Is Murdered In Foster Care
Ready to end the drug war? How many more innocent lives must be ruined before society comes to their senses?
1000 Veterans Line Up For Free Marijuana
The Gazette reports that veterans were given a bag of items that included cannabis oil, an edible chocolate bar and seeds to grow plants.
Dietary Guidelines Revisions Offer “Unprecedented” Sustainability Opportunity
Potential revisions to U.S. dietary guidelines could encourage Americans to eat in a way that is both healthier and more environmentally sustainable. Health experts and green advocates applaud the possible move, but not everyone shares their enthusiasm.
Save The Climate Or Save Capitalism? A Flood Wall Street Dispatch
Flood Wall Street exceeded organizers expectations, with over 3000 people shutting down Broadway between Exchange place and the iconic Wall Street Bull for eight hours just one day ahead of the 2014 UN Climate meeting.
Growing Business Role In Climate Debate Prompts New Concerns
Instead of government setting goals and rules for emissions reduction, the private sector -- including multinational oil giants -- is increasingly dictating to governments how companies can be “supported” to make changes.
VIDEO: #FloodWallStreet Protest Movement Growing Rapidly In New York
More than 100 people were arrested taking part in "Flood Wall Street," a climate-change protest on Monday that blocked traffic along Broadway for hours, the protest began on Sunday and have continues through the day today.