La enfermedad por el virus del Ébola (denominada anteriormente fiebre hemorrágica del Ébola) es una enfermedad grave y con frecuencia letal cuya mortalidad puede llegar al 90%, según la Organización Mundial de la Salud, OMS.
This is a guest post by Philip L. Graitcer and the first in a five-part series about a group of dedicated Rotary volunteers helping to eradicate polio in Kaduna, Nigeria.
To those who have never been charged by an elephant, surrounded by lions or had their underwear stolen by wild monkeys, I have a treat for you: It's called travel.
Hemingway wrote that there's a world of difference between stalking a lion on foot than in a car. That's why I was intrigued when I heard about life coach Richard Leider's walking safaris in Tanzania. Unlike Hemingway, however, Leider isn't interested in downing lions, but in showing people how to hunt the big game within themselves.
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