When it comes to HIV/AIDS, ignorance is almost just as dangerous as the disease itself.
So when a person wrote in to The 700 Club looking for travel advice, what Pat Robertson told them falls into that category.
A person wrote about how they were planning on taking a mission trip to Kenya, but their family was worried about their health because of Ebola.
Pat was pretty confident that no, this person isn't putting themselves at risk of getting Ebola. But AIDS, yeah almost definitely going to get AIDS.
Mark Zuckerberg created Facebook, and while the jury is still out on how "good" FB actually is, it's allowed him to do some real good in the world.
Well, mainly, it brought him TONS of money which he sometimes donates to charitable causes for the betterment of mankind.
The Zuck and his wife Priscilla have just donated $25 million to the Centers for Disease Control Foundation, the CDC's charity.
This is so awful!
Thomas Eric Duncan was the first man with Ebola to travel into the United States. He was let into the country no problem and was originally released from a hospital even though he had a fever — and admitted he had recently traveled to the U.S. from Africa.
Eventually, he was readmitted to the hospital and diagnosed with Ebola.
Now, it's being reported that he's died this morning at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas.
We thought the most dangerous thing in the ocean was a shark… but as it turns out, it might be bacteria!
Health officials in Florida say a strain of Vibrio vulnificus is to blame for sending dozens of beach-goers to the hospital this summer, with 10 people dying from their infections so far.
This bacteria is very similar to cholera and thrives in the warm salt waters off the Florida coast.
If you're a diehard Drake fan who's looking forward to catching the Canadian rapper at Wireless Festival in London or Roskilde Festival in Denmark, we have some pretty bad news!
Drizzy recently announced he would be canceling his headlining spots at the two European festival after coming down with an unknown illness earlier this week, and it sounds like doctors are telling him to take it easy for the next few days!
The artist formerly known as Aubrey Graham released a statement on the super sad news, saying:
Serena Williams has been getting GRAND SLAMMED over the past 24 hours after pulling out of her Wimbledon doubles match with her sister Venus!
Serena said she was sick with a virus but others are speculating there might be a more sinister side to this story!
After appearing very woozy while out on the court, some started to suggest that Serena needed to be drug tested!
Ch-ch-check out this GIF of Serena unable to even hit the ball over the net!