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A third Ebola patient is headed to the Nebraska Medical Center this weekend—that has already successfully treated other Ebola patients. The patient is a surgeon who was infected with the virus while treating victims in Sierra Leone, where 4 other doctors have died and one of the hardest-hit areas of West Africa.
Listening to your body clock can make you more productive and improve your well-being. Chronobiology research suggests nothing less than a complete overturning of the notion that we should all be working from 9 to 5. Some people are just not built for that.
Seattle’s 2,200 parking machines take, but do not return, about one credit card every day. SDOT has three technicians on stand-by to rescue stuck cards and return them to their owners. Seattle is replacing all 2,200 machines over the next few years. If a technician ever needs to rescue your credit card, at least you can celebrate one small victory: the city will pay for your parking.