Safe travel in the era of Ebola: Cleveland doctors say bon voyage, and wash your hands The Plain Dealer: Keith Armitage, professor of medicine, addressed recent concerns surrounding the spread of Ebola. “From a rational
Most Americans do not need to be concerned about the spread of Ebola, says School of Medicine’s Keith Armitage
Don’t try to be a jack-of-all-trades dentist Periospectives: Leena Palomo, associate professor of periodontics, wrote about the risk of dental students assuming an “island” dental practice
Kasich endorsement; LeBron’s beginnings; multicultural caregiving ideastream: Vanessa Hildebrand, assistant professor in the Department of Anthropology, discussed the diversity of strategies to care for family members of all ages across cultural groups in the world. The interview
On Tuesday, control of the Senate is on the line—and with it, power over judicial confirmations. Students are invited to spend election night with the political science department on Tuesday, Nov. 4, at 6 p.m.
The Staff Advisory Council (SAC) once again will collect and make items for homeless men, women and children and donate the items to the Care Alliance Health Center in Cleveland. Hats, scarves, socks and