Margie Parham, MS, RN, MPH/PhDc

Global Health Promotion
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2014 Ebola Outbreak in West Africa - Cumulative Reported Cases Graphs
  Update on global issues.
A Drug Policy for the 21st Century
  Training health care professionals to intervene early before addiction develops. Expanding access to treatment. Today, about 22 million Americans need treatment for a substance use disorder, and yet only 2 million—about 1-in-10—actually receive the treatment they need.
Africa Not Creating Enough Jobs For Youths
  Invest in our Youth each generation gets an opportunity to help- Margie Parham,2013 Africa is not creating enough jobs to absorb the 10-to-12 million young people entering its labor markets each year. According to the African Development Bank, less than one- fifth of the continent’s young workers find waged employment. This comes after almost two decades of sustained growth. Africa has garnered lavish praise from aid agencies, investors and journalists, alike. But there is a worrying shadow among the bright lights. The challenge may have escaped the attention of the cheerleaders because unemployment in Africa seems low. In 2009 it was about six percent. This was not because Africa is doing well at generating wage-paying jobs. Eighty percent of job seekers find themselves in informal employment, self-employment or family labor, which are not considered “good jobs.” In 2011, 82 percent of Africa workers were classified by the ILO as working poor.
Companies proclaim water the next oil in a rush to turn resources into profit
  Making profits from water? Wall Street investors unlimited commodities, is air next? Commodities humans, water, dirt, rocks, trees, air space, is the universe next?
Ebola Cases Diagnosed in US
  CDC confirmed on September 30, 2014, the first laboratory-confirmed case of Ebola to be diagnosed in the United States in a person who had traveled to Dallas, Texas from West Africa.
Ebola virus information
  CDC confirms that the healthcare worker is positive for Ebola.
Evolution of Medicine and Chemistry: Alchemy
  Western alchemy is recognized as a protoscience that contributed to the development of modern chemistry and medicine. Chinese alchemy, Indian alchemy, The decline of Western alchemy, Alchemy in the Islamic world, Alchemy in Greco-Roman Egypt.
FDA Adverse Event Reporting System (FAERS): FDA Warns of Rare Acetaminophen Risk "Tylenol"
  Prior to deciding to add a warning about skin reactions to products containing acetaminophen, FDA reviewed medical literature and its own database, the FDA Adverse Event Reporting System (FAERS). A search of FAERS uncovered 107 cases from 1969 to 2012, resulting in 67 hospitalizations and 12 deaths. Most cases involved single-ingredient acetaminophen products; the cases were categorized as either probable or possible cases associated with acetaminophen.
Georgia State University Researchers Working On Ebola Vaccine
  Technology and DNA of ebola...
Global Health Outbreaks Map
  Bring you global health news as it happens. Tracking trends of outbreaks and making decisions for containment, control and prevention measures. Hope this is helpful for your daily health outbreak awareness. Margie Parham, MS, ACNS, WHNP, Researcher,Health Promotion and Education Specialist, PhD student Public Health
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