What is strabismus and how do I know if my baby has it? Strabismus (say: "stra-biz-muss") is a disorder in which the eyes do not line up properly.
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In the meantime, Ebola continues to spread amongst health workers and the general population, in countries where health resources were already strained before the outbreak. The answer is not untested drugs, mass quarantines, or even humanitarian relief.