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Does the cold got you feeling down? Be careful you don’t get sick. But if you end up feeling under the weather, you can take solace in Bunsen Burner Joanna Zhang’s report of what Columbians are doing regarding ebola, influenza forecasts, and malaria, With the New York cold finally settling in, Bwog recommends bundling up and stay […]

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Engineering epicurean Henry Litwhiler sat down with the crew behind Columbia’s home-grown, low-cost hazmat suit to get the skinny on their plans and progress.  Since the West African Ebola outbreak began in December 2013, nearly five thousand people have died and many thousands more have taken ill. Those countries most affected—Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Liberia—suffer […]

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If you haven’t already heard, Ebola has been diagnosed in the U.S. for the first time. (Huffington Post) This woman was in jail for over a month because the police thought the dried SpaghettiO’s on a spoon in her car was meth. (Gawker) Another horrible dating app: Luxy allows its wealthy users to “weed out […]

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