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Ebola Outbreak Enters Sixth Month with No End in Sight

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Though two American aid workers have recovered from Ebola, the outbreak continues to spread in West Africa with no end in sight.

At last count, the virus had killed at least 1,427 people and sickened 1,188 more -- numbers thought to “vastly underestimate” the outbreak’s true toll, according to the World Health Organization.

The outbreak emerged in March and quickly became the deadliest on record. An estimated 46.5 percent of all Ebola deaths recorded since the virus's discovery in 1976 have occurred in the last five months, according to WHO data.

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Toxic Tea Victim Continues to Improve

iStock/Thinkstock(SALT LAKE CITY) --  The Utah woman who burned her mouth and throat drinking iced tea made with a toxic cleaning agent is improving.

Jan Harding, 67, is slowly recovering at a Utah hospital, now able to speak, less than two weeks after nearly dying from a simple sip of ice tea, unknowingly laced with toxic industrial cleaner.

Now, Harding's attorney Paxton Guymon is claiming this wasn't the first such incident, alleging an employee at the Utah restaurant, Dickie's Barbeque Pit, also burned her tongue a month earlier on the same substance, a degreaser made up of sodium hydroxide or lye.

Guymon says the company could be held accountable, saying, "To me it means that the company was on notice that there was a hazardous substance that wasn't properly labeled, that wasn't properly controlled."

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