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Sidia Rose was the first nurse asked to treat Ebola patient Michael Eric Duncan at Texas Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas. “As a nurse, I understand the risk that I take every day I come to work, and he's no different than any other patient that I've provided care for,” Rose told "60 Minutes." Read the rest of her story.


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"I'm hopeful to bring about real social change," says Stanford psychologist Jennifer Eberhardt, a 2014 MacArthur fellow. Eberhardt plans to use her $625,000 "genius" grant to study race and the criminal justice system.

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by on Oct 27, 2014 in Health, Health News | 0 comments

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