3 weeks ago

Ebola gives U.S. 'preppers' another reason to prepare for worst

(Reuters) - With the closest known U.S. cases of Ebola diagnosed about 160 miles away in Dallas, Cary Griffin is taking no chances.

David D'Eugenio, founder of the HomeSafety Academy which gives classes and instructions on what to do and read more...

3 weeks ago

The Plague of Survivalism (Parshat Vayigash, Genesis 44:18-47:27)

The Jewish people have a knack for surviving, even in the face of great odds. Sometimes, however, it seems as if that is our only goal.

In the Torah portion for this week (Vayigash), Joseph, having grown in power and influence in Egypt afte read more...

3 weeks ago

5 Stackable Pet Food Storage Ideas

If you have cats and particularly dogs, then storing their food can be considered a pain. With this data comes a selection that we all have to make. , why would I ever need to a food dehydrator to preserve my food?" My knee jerk response to this read more...

4 months ago

What Type Of Tomatoes should You Grow Inside Your Garden?

Choosing the variety or types of tomatoes to cultivate inside your garden is important. In other words, the desire here is to just be able to work for an honest living. However, winter doesn't have to become a miserable season for dogs, with a lit read more...

6 months ago

Something's Gone Terribly Wrong | HuffPost

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6 months ago

Ebola hemorrhagic fever transmission and risk factors of contacts, Uganda. (1).

From August 2000 through January 2001, a large epidemic of Ebola

hemorrhagic fever occurred in Uganda, with 425 cases and 224 deaths.

Starting from three laboratory-confirmed cases, we traced the chains of

transmission for thr

12 months ago

Email Deliverability Still Plagues Commercial Email Senders Worldwide: Only 81% of Email Reaches the Inbox


Path, the world's leading email certification and reputation

monitoring company, today announced the findings from its "Global Email

Deliverability Benchmark Report, 1H 2011." The findings