Jay Rox Feat Ikko Ace - Kazizi (Audio)

Thursday, July 31, 2014

The Latest Single from Jay Rox sees him Team Up with New Artist on the Block – Ikko Ace. This is a New Age Hip Hop Joint that is sure to keep your heads bopping!
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Kaladoshas - Roll (Official Music Video)

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Ebola

How does a person contract Ebola?
"They usually acquire it from close contact with blood and body fluids, and that means someone coughs in your face, you handle a body or you look after someone and don't have ideal infection-control methods. You get the virus on your hands, you touch your nose, your mouth."
What symptoms do Ebola patients show?
"It looks like the flu: fever, headache, sore throat, muscle aches and pains. That's in the first few days. And then vomiting, diarrhea and the really serious part of the illness — that is the hemorrhage part — really doesn't occur until toward the end of the first week."
Once a patient is hemorrhaging, can they be saved?
"It all depends on the quality of medical care. Most Ebola outbreaks have occurred in villages, in mission hospitals where essentially they have a very poor level of health care and very poor infection control methods. The mortally rate in this outbreak ... is about 60 per cent. So you can survive. The better the care, more likely you are to survive but there's no antibiotic or anti-viral agent to treat this disease."
Why has this outbreak been so bad?
"First, there's a lot of cross-border travel. Whereas most other outbreaks have been isolated in the middle of virtually nowhere. Also, people in these countries don't trust the government. They don't believe in the infection. They hide their cases. If someone dies, they take [the body] home. And unfortunately the funeral procedures where you touch the body, and handle the body, markedly increases your risk. These cases are now more in central areas, cities rather than tiny villages. All of those reasons I think have compounded to make this a much greater outbreak."
Doctors treating patients in Africa have died. Foreign doctors have been infected. Should we be worried about Ebola making its way to Canada?
"I don't think we need to be worried. Health-care providers, paramedics, the people who deal with the situation first-hand, I think we're the ones who have greatest risk. You have to remember since 1976 when this virus was first described, there are less than a handful of cases of [patients] who've gone to North American or European countries and very rarely is there secondary transmission. And that's because we have much better public health, infrastructure and certainly better methods of isolating [patients]. SARS was a perfect wake-up call and Ebola is following that ... our health-care system improved dramatically after SARS."
What do doctors in West Africa need to do to control the outbreak now?
"Mostly it's case finding. And that's the biggest problem. Someone comes in ill, they go back to their village and other people are infected but no one knows about it. The problem is they don't have enough personnel to follow up carefully and also people are hiding cases. It's all about case finding, surveillance, making the diagnosis, isolating the individuals and using appropriate isolation procedures. That will help, but it's going to take a long time given what's going on there.
What should people travelling to West Africa know and do to protect themselves?
"The most important thing is to try and stay away from people who are ill. You won't get Ebola unless the individual you're in contact with is sick. So if someone is well, you're not going to get it. So you just need to have a heightened awareness that this is going on and wash your hands frequently, certainly before meals. [Ebola is spread through] direct contact, it's not someone walking into a room with someone with Ebola and getting the infection. Ebola generally is not aerosolized, meaning it doesn't go well into the air."

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Cleo Ice Queen - Addicted

Sunday, July 27, 2014

 
Cleo Ice Queen Releases her Second Single "Addicted" of her debut album "Geminice"
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Video Coming Soon - Check out the Teaser here:- www.cleoicequeen.blogspot.com
 

Chaa To Release Delta 93

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Chaa's DELTA93 the EP will be out and freely available next month. It was entirely produced by Nigeria's Teck-Zilla and entirely recorded at Zero DB Studios Lusaka.
Brought to you by Slam Dunk Records Zambia and Str8buttah.

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