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It is evident that the previous Ebola outbreaks of which occurred in remote areas and were quickly contained led a precedent for response to the current situation. However, a simple look into Social Psychology explains this phenomenon. Just via simp

It is evident that the previous Ebola outbreaks of which occurred in remote areas and were quickly contained led a precedent for response to the current situation. However, a simple look into Social Psychology explains this phenomenon. Just via simp

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It is dangerous to rely on determining a 'low grade fever' at or around 99.5, and thus a terrible danger to determine Ebola, and/or the presence of any other infection via the reading of body temperature.

It is dangerous to rely on determining a 'low grade fever' at or around 99.5, and thus a terrible danger to determine Ebola, and/or the presence of any other infection via the reading of body temperature.

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Julia commented on Ear Thermometer Integrated in Mobil Phones

Electronic thermometers are not that accurate in determining body temperature. Realistically, to get a true reading. Whatever unit used to determine temperature should be repeated for each individual 'screening' repeatedly over several minutes...Just try using a variety of electronic thermometers to see the variances....