The first part of the book included the first known cases of Marburg disease. The Marburg disease became available in Marburg, Germany in 1967. Also, the well-known stories of Yu G. who was the first person to die from Ebola Sudan in 1976, and Mayinga N., a nurse who became infected with Ebola Zaire after helping treat a patient who dies of the disease. At first, Mayinga was in denial about her abnormal symptoms and spent two days in the city around thousands of civilians exposing her infection to everyone around her before going to the hospital, she ended up dying just like Monet. Another story consisted of a Lieutenant Colonel, Nancy Jaax.
In response to the Ebola scare in 2014, many people evinced strong fear and xenophobia (Kim, 2016). Especially about the zombie-like symptoms of the virus. In addition how does the virus slowly kills the victim without even realizing that he’s suffering from Ebola virus by replicating and filling the body with crystallized viruses hence damaging the human cells just like a new living organism controls another’s body and killing it bit by bit. To exemplify my relatives used to live in kenya about 43 years ago they were surrounded by ill people that make them terrified and fearful of getting the highly contagious disease, therefore they left kenya and currently they live in the UAE. The most complicated part if you were surrounded by Ebola virus is to calm people down and instead of leaving the country finding beneficial solutions so that the virus won’t disperse from one country to another.
THE EBOLA CONFLICT According to news media, Ebola was first reported in Guinea, West African in December 2013 and it started with a young child who was being nursed by her mother. It started like a minor cold, and then develops to strong fever; few days later, she died and her mother got sick, and was being cared for by other relatives as well. Few days later, she also died. The death of this woman drew concerns from health officials who suspected a disease was spreading in the family. Not long though, another relative who was among those caring for the dead woman also got sick and died.
To what extent is a war justifiable if hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians constitute the victim count? Grave of the Fireflies is an animation set during the few months leading to Japan’s surrender in World War II, focusing mostly on the destruction brought upon by the relentless fire-bombings, air raids, and the eventual usage of nuclear warfare. Seita, a fourteen-year-old boy who is caught in these attacks, along with his four year old sister, Setsuko, split from their mother to escape to nearby shelters. However, their mother reappears fatally-wounded which leave Seita and Setsuko dependent on each other for the rest of their journey of staying alive. As something that inevitably occurs during war periods, death is a major element in the movie and can be represented in several ways, from the death of the mother to the death of Japan’s collective fighting spirit.
First let’s talk about the movie 12 monkeys; his movie was made in America since 1995. The plot in this movie is: there is deadly virus wipes almost all humanity in 1996, this virus was extremely contagious because this virus transfers by the air, and so people were obligated to live underground. The animals were the only living thing in the streets. The movie says that this virus was created by an army called the “12 monkeys”. James Cole was a prisoner living in the undergrounds of Philadelphia, so in the year of 2035 Cole was selected for a mission, where he is trained and sent back in time to collect information on the virus in order to help scientists develop a cure.
Nice. The world’s attention once again turned to Nice following the horrific attack on Bastille Day, when a truck driver ploughed into the pedestrians up to 2km and then proceeded to shoot at the pedestrians. 80 people have died in the attack with more injured and the French government has been forced to extend the state of emergency which was declared 8 months ago, following the attack that killed 130 people in Paris. The Promenade des Anglais, the scene of the latest tragedy, is the city’s main seaside promenade. Translated into the ‘Walkway of the English’, the Promenade hearkens back to the second half of the 18th century, when the English aristocracy, attracted to the natural beauty and the mild mediterranean climate of Nice, enjoyed the walk along the promenade.
For example, the practice of cannibalism in a tribe in Papua New Guinea led to the spread of a fatal brain disease within this tribe. The tribe known as the Fore people used to conduct a funeral ritual that involved consuming the human brain. As a result of this, tribe members began to develop Kuru; a neurological disorder caused by infectious prions, which are proteins that fold abnormally and from lesions on the brain. (CDC). This started an epidemic of Kuru among the Fore people, which at its peak killed up to 2% of the tribe each year (LiveScience).
It is a worldwide spread problem that is still affecting our civilization. According to the Ngo Salvemos al Futbol, In Córdoba, It has led to 321 deaths since 1922.One of the last ones was five months ago in cordoba. The victim was a 22-year-old man identified as Emanuel Balbo, who was beaten and thrown off the stands by Belgrano fans. Depending on the case there are two major causative agents: drugs and hooligans. My group mates are going to discuss the solutions through education, positive reinforcement, inner stadium control and law, and I will be
“We have shifted the bears in separate cages to avoid such kind of shocking incident”, said Debnath. Confirming death, Dr Gautam Dasgupta, chief of Siphahijala wildlife hospital on Tuesday said, the deceased leopard was suffering from several illness including urological problems. It may be noted that a leopard usually survive 20-22 years. In March last, altogether 10 birds of various species and three wild animals had died in the sanctuary due to infections. Alarmed by the incidents, the authority has decided to face lift the entire wildlife sanctuary, 18 km from the capital town.