Natural Information editor Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, says the world is not being told the reality about the seriousness of the outbreak, among five lies he stated are as rampant as the disease: All the disinformation becoming spread about Ebola by the U.S. Federal government and the complicit media can make the Ebola pandemic much worse unfortunately. That’s as the public isn’t being informed the truth about how exactly Ebola spreads and how individuals can help prevent transmission of the condition. Read his full report here.. 121 people die from Ebola in a single day in Sierra Leone The outbreak of Ebola in West Africa is now more deadly by the day, because the nation of Sierra Leone – – one of the three suffering probably the most – – announced recently that 121 people had died from the disease in a single day.‘As researchers, we’re extremely interested in what the knowledge of dementia is like for the individual,’ Wilson said. ‘It is important to understand its organic progression.’ The findings also offer some useful information for the average indivdual, according to Wilson. ‘If you’re aware enough to worry about your memory, you probably don’t have dementia,’ he said. Nor is it very clear that you ever will, since memory issues do not mean a person is doomed to develop Alzheimer’s or other styles of dementia. The findings, published in the Aug. 26 issue of Neurology, are based on nearly 2, 100 older adults who were assessed each year for over ten years. They took standard testing of memory and thinking skills, and gave their very own views of their mental sharpness, answering queries such as, ‘How often have you got trouble remembering things?’ Overall, 239 people were diagnosed with dementia during the study period.