22-year-old Fatu Kekula nursed her entire family through Ebola. Her father. Her mother. Her sister. Her cousin. Fatu took care of them all, single-handedly feeding them, cleaning them and giving them medications.And she did so with remarkable success. Three out of her four patients survived. That’s a 25% death rate — considerably better than the estimated Ebola death rate of 70%.Fatu stayed healthy, which is noteworthy considering that more than 300 health care workers have become infected with Ebola, and she didn’t even have personal protection equipment — those white space suits and goggles used in Ebola treatment units.Instead Fatu, who’s in her final year of nursing school, invented her own equipment. International aid workers heard about Fatu’s “trash bag method” and are now teaching it to other West Africans who can’t get into hospitals and don’t have protective gear of their own
what is this. magical bird.
Quetzal. That bird is a Quetzal and it can be found on Western Mexico. It’s on a near threatened status.
Steve desperately trying to high five Bucky in Captain America: The Winter Soldier
editorial design antics, pt. 2
this looks like a normal magazine spread right
if you look really closely on one of the melons i put a really tiny pterodactyl right in the middle
no one noticed
and they actually published it
now there are 2000 copies of this magazine featuring this tiny pterodactyl and i’m the one at fault
oh my god am i a horrible person or what
If I could live one day the way you live your entire life