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Discuss the handling of Ebola outbreak in your research paper

On Saturday October 18, 2014, the World Health Organization (WHO) acknowledged it may be able to declare Nigeria to be Ebola free on Monday October 20, 2014, if no new cases are reported.

Research the Ebola outbreak and how it can be dealt with in the future. (Credit: The Health Site)

Research the Ebola outbreak and how it can be dealt with in the future. (Credit: The Health Site)

While the nation is currently riveted on the emergence of the Ebola virus in the U.S., the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is facing criticism regarding its handling of the disease. It’s clear that we need to learn from the Nigeria Ebola experience so that we can deal with this and other epidemics both now and in the future. Read more

Student health and obesity: College statistics and ways to help

With obesity on the rise among college students, it's important to take time to care for one's self.

With obesity on the rise among college students, it’s important to take time to care for one’s self.

Good research paper topics on health and fitness may include the problem of obesity on college campuses. Everyone knows about the “freshman 15”—the extra pounds freshmen put on in their first year of college. But the health statistics about overweight students are alarming. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that 5.2 million college students are obese. Here is some information about causes and solutions for obesity on campus for research paper topics.

Statistics for college obesity

According to “Obesity on Campus,” by Phillip B. Sparling in Preventing Chronic Disease: Read more