Spanish Flu of 1918: Could It Happen Again? -the Spanish flu that ravaged the world has many similarities to the avian flu now found throughout Southeast Asia. The 1918 flu strain itself originated as an avian flu that mutated into a form that could jump between humans. And the 1918 strain, according to research published this week in the scientific journals Nature and Science, has several of the same genetic mutations as the current avian flu strain.
Rich Eisen, Hannah Storm, & Others React Live To Stuart Scott's Death
Our media criticism in these parts often accuses television of being so lacking in basic sensibility that it has become post-human. Stuart Scott's death at 49 prompted a reminder that, yes, these are real people on TV; there's no more accurate a depiction of this than the tentative and often fragile on-air reactions of people who knew Scott to the news that he was dead.
A handout photograph taken by Miami Herald photographer Patrick Farrell that won the Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Photography announced by the Pulitzer Prize Board in New York April 20, 2009. A young boy rescues a beat up stroller September 4, 2008, near his family's flooded home in Gonaives, Haiti, days after Tropical Storm Hannah hit the country.
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