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    1. The clergy guided the women in getting passports and smallpox vaccinations and arranged for their plane and hotel reservations, as they would stay for a day or two to make sure there ...

    2. Windows XP is the rotting zombie that Microsoft just can't seem to shed. While I've no doubt that Microsoft's decision to release an emergency WannaCrypt malware patch for unsupported systems ...

    3. Indeed, wi-fi breakdown is now regarded as seriously as people in the 18th century might have viewed an outbreak of smallpox. Some American Airbnb visitors who stayed at Millard Towers ...

    4. How Knoxville coped with smallpox, flu

      Knoxville News Sentinel2 days ago

      Thirty years later the Knoxville Journal of Feb. 12, 1894, had a calmer feeling about smallpox: "Well, it is Small Pox all sure enough, but no one seems to be alarmed over the matter.

    5. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in 1900 there were 21,064 smallpox cases and 894 deaths. There were 469,924 measles cases and 7,575 deaths in 1920, as well ...

    6. Bioterrorism could kill 30 million people

      Observation Deck via Yahoo News6 days ago

      Lately he’s been consumed with closing the window on the next global epidemic. image credit: David McNew Advances in biotechnology mean it is now incredibly easy to re-create fast-moving, airborne ...

    7. The body of evidence shows that vaccination has eradicated smallpox and vastly reduced suffering and death from other diseases, and that vaccines don’t cause autism, cancer, dementia, ...

    8. More simply known as "crypto," the microscopic parasite can make otherwise healthy adults and children feel incredibly sick with stomach cramps, nausea and bouts of diarrhea that can last up ...

    9. On May 17, 1954, the U.S. Supreme Court, in Brown v. Board of Education, ruled unanimously that racial segregation in public schools was unconstitutional.

    10. Smallpox: The disease made its appearance in Austin. Dr. Wixom was called to see a man named Dunham who was lying sick in the stone-lodging house on Cedar Street, and there was no mistaking ...

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