Tag : ebola

Mystery illness

Children  2 May '17

Health Experts Rule Out Ebola As New Mystery Illness Breaks Out In Liberia And Kills 11

Eleven people died in Liberia due to an illness that remained unidentified.

Salome Karwah

Health/Nutrition  1 March '17

Former Time's 'Person Of The Year' Recipient Dead After Complications During Childbirth And Being An Ebola Survivor

One of the Ebola fighters died of complications during childbirth.

Ebola vaccine may be 'up to 100% effective': WHO (2)

Health/Nutrition  24 December '16

Finally A Successful Cure For Ebola!

A highly effective vaccine that guards against the deadly Ebola virus could be available by 2018, says the World Health Organization.

Clinical Trials Begin For New Vaccine Against Avian Influenza

Body  23 December '16

Scientists Discover A Vaccine That 100% Protects Individual From Ebola

New vaccine is now out there to get protection from Ebola 100%.

Zika Virus Can Be  Big Problem But Is Not YET the Biggest One

Health/Nutrition  19 July '16

How Big Is Zika in the List of World Health Problems

There are other world problems such as sex, HIV, poverty and others. Where is Zika on the list?

Berlin Hit By Measles Outbreak

Medicine  16 May '16

Researchers Developing A Single Molecule Said To Protect People Better From Viruses Than Vaccines

A single molecule treatment is being developed by researchers. The treatment can potentially be better than vaccines when it comes to protecting people from contagious diseases.

Berlin Hospital Prepares For Possible Ebola Cases

Health/Nutrition  18 March '16

Ebola Virus Cure Updates: New Experimental Drug Fights Disease In Monkeys; How Close Is It To Being The Cure?

A recent study revealed that there is a new experimental drug that can fight the deadly Ebola virus in monkeys. Is this finally the potential cure?

Liberia Battles Spreading Ebola Epidemic

Health/Nutrition  27 February '16

Ebola Virus Nightmare Continues, Survivors Struggle With Long-Term Health Effects

The Ebola nightmare continues even the outbreak has officially ended, as to the recent study.

Workers fumigate the Sambadrome ahead of Carnival celebrations in Rio de Janiero, Brazil, on Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2016.

Pregnancy  31 January '16

Zika Virus Outbreak Update: Zika Could Be A Greater Problem Than Ebola, Experts Say

The Ebola virus outbreak that killed thousands of people was very scary. Learn why the Zika virus outbreak might even be scarier.


Health/Nutrition  9 January '16

New Protocol For Treating Ebola Patients

Ebola Treatment Unit’s health care workers in Port Loko, Sierra Leone conducted a study on how best to treat children with Ebola to increase their chance of survival.

Ebola Virus

Health/Nutrition  15 October '15

Ebola Virus Lingers In Male Semen For Months, Says New Research

A study has found that the deadly Ebola virus can linger in male semen, and persist there for at least nine months.

Berlin Hospital Prepares For Possible Ebola Cases

Health/Nutrition  1 August '15

Ebola Vaccine 100% Effective During Trial Phase?

Is this the answer to West Africa's outbreak?

Texas health worker becomes first person to contract Ebola in U.S.

Health/Nutrition  13 October '14

Texas health worker becomes first person to contract Ebola in U.S.

1 of 4. A metal barrel containing contaminated belongings of a health worker at the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital who has contracted Ebola is in front of the health worker's residence in Dallas, Texas, October 12, 2014.

Medication that Combats Ebola

Health/Nutrition  6 August '14

Ebola Outbreak 2014—News Update: Symptoms and Latest Developments

As bodies continue to line the streets of countries in Africa’s western provinces, nations worldwide have begun to express their own concerns for the containment, treatment and possible ramifications of the 2014 Ebola outbreak.

Ebola virus samples

Health/Nutrition  25 March '14

West African nations scramble to contain Ebola threat

West African nations scrambled on Tuesday to contain an outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus suspected to have killed at least 59 in Guinea, with people presenting symptoms of the disease reported in neighboring Sierra Leone and Liberia.

A recent outbreak of Ebola in Guinea, West Africa’s capital, Conarky, has resulted to the death of at least 61 people, three of which are children, out of approximately 80 cases, according to reports.

Health/Nutrition  24 March '14

Ebola outbreak in West Africa kills at least 61

A recent outbreak of Ebola in the African nation of Guinea has resulted in the death of at least 61 people, three of whom are children, according to reports.

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