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Infographic: Help Stop The Spread of Deadly Ebola  WakaWaka is currently working on donating solar powered lights to these centers so the doctors can have access to electricity. See how you can send donations and basic supplies to those who need it: http://us.waka-waka.com/stop-ebola/#donate

The Ebola Virus first appeared in The first two outbreaks occurred in Nzara, Sudan and Yambuku, Democratic Republic of Congo. Ebola can be fatal to humans, there is no known treatment and vac.

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Learn the importance of hygiene sanitation to preppers. Prepare for tomorrow with hygiene sanitation as part of your survival, preparedness plan.

Preppers: What Does It Mean If You Are the Only One Prepared?

Preppers: What Does It Mean If You Are the Only One Prepared? - Preparing for shtf

The average U.S. office worker uses 10,000 sheets of paper per year.

Average U.S. Office Worker Uses 10,000 Sheets of Paper Per Year

While digital media theoretically lessens the need for paper — everything from e-readers to online shopping has the potential to cut down on paper usage — data shows that the average American still uses the equivalent of a Douglas fir tree each year.

Natural remedies via #livelovefruit Find LIFE in fruits and vegetables. Eat the [real] rainbow daily. #conveyawareness

Natural Pharmaceutical Counterparts" I am ALL FOR natural remedies! This is an AWESOME chart! The closer you get to nature, the better for your body!

Why adding Alum to your stockpile is important. I've used powdered alum for years as a blood stop. It's in my emergency kit as well as my home medicine cabinet..

--- Living Prepared ---: Dirty Water and How to Easily Clarify Before Ceramic Filtering. Use powdered alum as a blood stop.

Ebola Symptoms - CDC

Jenny's Living Space: Ebola: Warning Signs and Symptoms You Shouldn’t Ig.

I cittadini europei e lo Stato di fronte alle minacce di epidemia. I risultati di una consultazione in otto paesi, tra cui l’Italia

CDC Finally Admits: Yes, Ebola Can Transfer Through the Air Practically a whisper: CDC says Ebola can spread through ‘droplets’