Ebola Nurse Defies Quarantine Order, Seen on Public Bike Ride

Kaci Hickox, the Maine nurse who recently returned from treating Ebola patients in West Africa, was seen this morning on a bike ride with her boyfriend.

Hickox, who is openly defying an order for mandatory quarantine at her home believes that it is unconstitutional and unscientific for her to be forced to remain inside.

“I hope that we can continue negotiations and work this out amicably,” Hickox told reporters. “There is no legal action against me, so I’m free to go on a bike ride in my hometown.”

She was kept in an isolation tent for 3 days in New Jersey after returning to the United States last week.

Ebola: 5 DEADLY Mistakes the CDC is Making

With today’s announcement of the second US healthcare worker diagnosed with EBOLA after caring for an Ebola infected patient in Texas, many Americans are left feeling misinformed, frightened, and some downright angry.

The potential well-being of our nation is in the hands of the CDC and the healthcare establishment.

In recent light of the propensity of errors and the lack of protocol for handling such a grave health crisis this can only leave one wondering …. are we really safe?

Here are 5 mistakes the CDC is making:

Fight Ebola and Other Diseases Naturally

It’s been a scary ride watching the news fear monger the spread of the Ebola virus. Yes, it is serious but rather than cause people to bite their nails and sweat in panic this can be a teachable moment.

Discussing the importance of how to fight Ebola and other diseases naturally may be a better news item than the latter. Addressing simple ways to change some habitual practices and strengthen the immune system could make a big difference.

If Ebola or the flu or any other number of diseases we are vulnerable to arise, shoring up your first line of defense can easily start now. With a strong mental and physical constitution, you could possibly remain unscathed.

Yet, if you are unfortunately infected having an immune system that is ‘at the ready’ could make vaccine treatment and recovery more successful.

What do you have to lose?

Tobacco-Derived Antibody Could Cure Ebola

While two Americans are fighting to survive the deadliest recorded outbreak of  Ebola, drug makers are using tobacco to find the cure.

Nancy Writhbol was flown from Liberia to Atlanta’s Emory University Hospital on Tuesday, just a few days after the first American Ebola patient, Dr. Kent Brantly, entered the isolation unit for treatment. Both Americans are missionaries on the Samaritan’s Purse-SIM team who caught the disease after taking care of those infected in Monrovia.