All Ebola Topics

How Will Ebola Transmit?

Since there is currently no cure for the Ebola virus, it is very important to be educated on the disease. Learn how Ebola transmits and ways to prevent it.

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Are Clams Healthy?

Are clams healthy? Yes, because they are rich in vitamins B12 and C, minerals like iron, selenium and manganese besides protein, and omega 3 fatty acids.

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Ebola Virus Disease

The Ebola virus disease is an infectious ailment that is often fatal. Knowing the symptoms of this disease can help in diagnosing it and starting treatments at an early stage.

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Ebola Virus

Ebola virus can cause a deadly disease which can be contracted by touching the skin of a person infected with the virus. Knowing how the virus spreads can help you in undertaking measures that will keep you safe from contracting it.

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Ebola Outbreak History and Statistics

The current Ebola outbreak has largely affected the countries of West Africa and has resulted in more than 1,400 deaths. Efforts are being made by national and international organizations to contain the spread of this epidemic.

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Surviving Ebola: Chances, Time Length, and Two Cases

For a disease which has no cure and kills up to 90 percent of its victims, the chance surviving Ebola is slim. Early diagnosis and treatment is important.

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What Does Ebola Do to the Body?

The virus spreads so quickly that is has been especially difficult to track it and figure out exactly what ebola does to human body. Learn the latest findings.

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9 Facts on Ebola That You Should Know

The 2014 Ebola outbreak caused much panic given the large number of people affected. This has caused some false information. Know accurate Ebola facts to be prepared.

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What Is the Death Rate of Ebola?

The general consensus is that death rate of Ebola is up to 90%. Proper and effective preventative care and treatments can lower rates to even 50%.

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Early Symptoms of Ebola Virus Disease

It is often common to misdiagnose the early symptoms of the Ebola virus and delay potential treatment. Seek medical help if sudden fever, chills, weakness, etc. occur.

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