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Huh. What a dope! Wait till Mom hears about this. He's so in trouble now. You know how crazy she gets about malaria.
Green meant water, green patches meant farmers and farmers meant agriculture. Agriculture meant food to eat and food to sell, which meant towns and transport. They had reached civilization.
If rhetoric study was the military, grammar teachers would be the drill sergeants.
Malnutrition can be as common in poverty as in wealth, one for the lack of food, the other for the lack of knowledge of food.
Use all this life to make yourself a great writer, thoughtful and kind, slowly, surely over the years.
Raising awareness versus raising alarmthe public can't be better informed if the information isn't better.
Will 2015 ever be noted as the year Ebola was decisively downgraded from a lurid horror meme to just one of many commonly treatable diseases?
The wolves of the world have no pity for the confused, the scattered, the lost or the weak.
Despite 4, 000 years of proven usefulness, quarantines seem to be to modern international public health experts as garlic is to a vampire.
Somehow your heart still knows me.
Most people around here prefer undead drivers, so I never get a chance to make any money on steady contracts.
If no one knew them well enough to trust them, then no one was going to speak with them, then they would never get the information that would have warned them to be cautious.
Eradicating mosquitoes is a means to an end. An uninfected mosquito is harmless to humans - just a nuisance. An infected mosquito is a danger.
Transparency is critical in public health and epidemics laypeople become either effective force-multipliers or stubborn walls.
It’s not that easy living with malaria. The reality of the high annual death toll should make that very obvious.
Shovels aren't very glamorous, but they've been liberating entire communities from malaria for the past 5, 000 years.
If literacy was natural, the word ‘illiteracy’ would not exist.
Even a little practical working familiarity with cattle goes a long way in Africa, but how many international relations studies include this?
It's a lot like the Wild West out here... just with tea shops instead of saloons. Wild West Sahara, that is.