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5 things to know about Ebola outbreak in W. Africa

DAKAR, — There has been panic and fear about the deadly Ebola disease spreading ever since Nigerian health officials reported Friday that a Liberian man sick with the disease had traveled to Togo and then Nigeria before dying. Here are five things to know about Ebola and how it is spread: 1. THE WEST AFRICA EBOLA OUTBREAK IS NOW THE LARGEST IN HISTORY. The World Health Organization says more than 672 people have died from Ebola. A total of 1,201 cases had been reported as of last week in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone. In addition, one Liberian man has died in Nigeria.

Immigration debate upended by a flood of children

WASHINGTON — The sudden rise in the number of families and unaccompanied minors from Central America crossing the border has dramatically redefined the nation's yearlong debate on immigration. Once a debate over how to fix a broken system and provide a path to citizenship for millions, it has now become a race to decide how to increase border patrols and send people back quickly to their country of origin. While latest developments have refocused attention on immigration, it's hardly under the terms that President Barack Obama and immigrant advocates once envisioned.

EEUU cambia de rumbo el debate inmigratorio

WASHINGTON — El prolongado debate en Estados Unidos sobre la inmigración ha dado un vuelco. Lo que solía ser un debate para determinar cómo arreglar un sistema fallido y suministrar un camino a la ciudadanía para millones de personas se ha vuelto ahora una carrera contra el tiempo para decidir cómo reforzar las patrullas fronterizas y enviar de regreso rápidamente a la gente a sus países de origen.

Should online accounts die when you die?

WASHINGTON — Should your emails, web albums and other online accounts die when you do? Or should you be able to pass them down to a family member much as you would a house or a box of letters? A leading group of lawyers says that families should immediately get access to everything online unless otherwise specified in a will. They are urging state lawmakers to enact their proposal so loved ones don't get shut out as American lives move increasingly online.

¿Deberían sus cuentas online morir con usted?

WASHINGTON — ¿Deberían sus emails, sus páginas web y sus cuentas de internet morir cuando usted muera? ¿O debería heredarlas algún familiar de la misma manera que hereda una casa o un caja de cartas?

Spoonfuls can lead to medicine errors, study finds

CHICAGO — The song says a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down, but a study says that kind of imprecise measurement can lead to potentially dangerous dosing mistakes. The results, published online Monday in Pediatrics, underscore recommendations that droppers and syringes that measure in milliliters be used for liquid medicines — not spoons.

Estudio: Peligro de cucharadas como dosis

CHICAGO — Una canción habla de que una cucharada de azúcar ayuda a bajar las medicinas, pero un nuevo estudio afirma que esa clase de medida poco precisa puede llevar a errores potencialmente peligrosos. Los resultados del estudio, publicados el lunes en el portal de la revista especializada Pediatrics, subrayan las recomendaciones de usar goteros y jeringas que miden las dosis en mililitros —no cucharas— para los medicamentos líquidos.

Armada FC le da la bienvenida a su Director técnico

Por Nastila Nikolla El ex-centrocampista de talla internacional, reclutador y director es contratado para armar el equipo de Jacksonville Nacido en Argentina, José Luis Villarreal fue seleccionado como el primer director técnico para dirigir en Jacksonville el equipo número 13 en la Liga de Fútbol de América del Norte, el Armada FC. Villarreal estará a cargo del reclutamiento de los jugadores del equipo y del grupo técnico para la temporada inaugural de Armada en 2015.

Armada FC welcomes first head coach

Argentinean-born Jose Luis Villarreal was selected as the first head coach to lead Jacksonville Armada FC, the 13th team in the North American Soccer League. Villarreal is charged with building the club’s roster and technical staff in preparation for the Armada’s inaugural season in 2015.

Facebook's score: 1 billion World Cup interactions

NEW YORK — Facebook has passed the 1 billion mark in World Cup interactions. The company said Monday the milestone was reached over the weekend. No other single event has generated this much activity on Facebook in the history of the social media site. More than 220 million people have posted, "liked" or commented upon what other people are saying about the soccer tournament. The host country is driving the activity. The game generating the most activity was Brazil's opening match against Croatia, with the knockout round match against Chile coming in second.



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