Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas

Explore East Respiratory, Respiratory Syndrome and more!

Second MERS Case Confirmed in Philippines The Philippines has confirmed a second case of the deadly Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) virus after a 36-year-old foreigner showed symptoms of the disease when he arrived in Manila on June 19 from Dubai. - See more at: http://firstafricanews.ng/index.php?dbs=openlist&s=24577#sthash.C4yIFtmN.dpuf

Essential Oils for MERS, Superbugs, & Pandemics by Julie Behling-Hovdal on April 28, 2014 Right now the news is buzzing with information on a new virus that is

As millions of Muslim pilgrims prepare to converge on holy sites in Saudi Arabia this [northern] autumn, the global health community is anxiously monitoring an outbreak of a new respiratory virus, Mers. The Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus has infected at least 77 people, killing 42. Sixty-two of those infected became ill in Saudi Arabia, with 36 deaths.

Ebola epidemic in West Africa: WHO urges comprehensive inter-country response Brazzaville, 25 June 2014 -- As the number of deaths and cas...

Five more people have been infected with potentially deadly Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) virus, the World Health Organization announced, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 176, of which 74 have died....

Extremely Deadly Virus will Come from the Muslim World - Walid Shoebat ~~~~ I am absolutely horrified! UGH!

Lately, MERS-CoV (Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus) seems to be all over the news. MERS may be zoonotic, but animals may also hold the key to protecting us against it, highlighting the importance of lab animal studies.

Why a deadly virus in the Middle East has the entire world on alert

A deadly new virus for which there is no cure... Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus — or MERS-CoV — and a recent upswing in cases has health officials on high alert. http://www.salon.com/2014/04/25/why_a_deadly_virus_in_the_middle_east_has_the_entire_world_on_alert/?utm_source