"There's another one who will break our equipment," Kathleen Riser overheard one trainer say, pointing at her 350-plus pound frame. Two years later, people now point to Riser as an inspiration.
The job calls for long hours and taking the risk that you could get infected, too.
West Africans hiding and burying Ebola patients in secret, officials warn.
Atmospheric temperatures are expected to rise slowly in the next decade
GENEVA/MONROVIA (Reuters) - Families hiding infected loved ones and the existence of "shadow zones" where medics cannot go mean the West African Ebola epidemic is even bigger than thought, the World Health Organization said on Friday.