1 – They Appreciate What They Have
2 – They Avoid Asking “What If?”
3 – They Stay Positive
4 – They Disconnect
5 - They Limit Their Caffeine Intake
6 – They Sleep
7 - They Squash Negative Self-Talk
8 - They Reframe Their Perspective
9 - They Breathe
10 - They Use Their Support System
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"The United Nations health agency said provision of experimental Ebola drugs required “informed consent, freedom of choice, confidentiality, respect for the person, preservation of dignity and involvement of the community.” The WHO said ZMapp's scarcity raised ethical questions of who should have priority."
"WHO experts hope for improved supplies of experimental treatments and progress with a vaccine by the end of the year. That may come too late to put an end to the current epidemic, which is more likely to be stopped by standard infection control measures, but it offers hope for the next inevitable outbreak."
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Using unproven drugs to fight Ebola is ethical, WHO panel says
The death toll from the world’s worst outbreak of Ebola has climbed to 1,013 people, according to figures on Monday from the World Health Organization
The article gives an excellent overview of his career and has some amazing photos of him throughout the years.
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Robin Williams dead at 63: Police believe actor committed suicide at his California home | National Post
Actor Robin Williams was found dead at his home on Monday in what a California coroner’s office is calling a probable suicide. He was 63 years old