October 27, 2014
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During the plague, children made up songs to ease their fears. “Husha, husha we all fall down” they sang as they danced around the rosie with pockets full of posies. As we approach Halloween, the legacy of disease lives on in children’s minds, as the scariest monster now must be Ebola. Ebola is on everyone’s lips. Especially among children. Ebola is what they’re talking about in school yards across the country, if my kids are anything to go on. Like any monster, this one has got them worried.
The current outbreak, which the World Health Organization called “the most severe, acute health emergency seen in modern times,” has infected nearly 10,000 people and killed more …