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Ebola Incubation Period
Ebola has been called Ebola viral disease and/or Ebola hemorrhagic fever. Regardless of the name, Ebola is an extremely rare disease that causes death a large percentage of the time once contracted by an individual. Ebola is a product of one of th...
Treatment for Ebola
Ebola is a hemorrhagic disease, characterized by fever and, in the later stages, internal and external bleeding. It is usually fatal and there is no known cure or immunization. Ebola’s recent outbreak has mostly affected west African co...
Signs and Symptoms of Ebola
The Ebola Virus Disease can be deadly if a person does not get the right medical attention. The signs and symptoms of Ebola can appear in a person who has been affected as soon as 2 days or as long as 21 days after they first come into exposure to...
How to Prevent Ebola Virus
Ebola hemorrhagic fever, also referred to as Ebola HF, is a severe disease that is often fatal, and is seen in humans and primates, with an origin that is not known. Most of the scientific community believes that the disease was animal borne and t...
Ebola Virus Strains
The Ebola Virus Disease has a mortality rate of 90% of those infected. When a person contracts Ebola virus, they start with an Ebola hemorrhagic fever that causes damage to the endothelial cells, which line the blood vessels. In turn, the blood is...
All About Ebola Virus
The Ebola Virus, also known as Ebola hemorrhagic fever, is a very severe virus that often kills up to 90% of those who contract the virus. The virus causes internal bleeding as well as bleeding outside of the body due to the number of blood clotti...
Ebola Virus History
Ebola is a deadly virus that kills almost 90% of those who contract this illness. Ebola is also known as Ebola virus or Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever. The reason that Ebola is so deadly is due to the bleeding that this disease causes on both the inside ...
Death Rate of Ebola
Ebola hemorrhagic fever, often referred to as simple as the Ebola Virus Disease, actually can be caused by one of five different strands of the virus. Out of these five strains, only four can cause the virus in humans, while the fifth is strictly ...
The Ebola Virus or EVD was first seen in 1976 in which there were 2 outbreaks in Nzara, Sudan and in Yambuku, Democratic Republic of Congo. Due to the location of the outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo near the Ebola River, the disease r...
Ebola Latest News
Ebola Viral Disease is a type of hemorrhagic fever discovered in humans in the late seventies in the Congo, the Sudan and Uganda. It presents much like influenza in the early stages: muscle aches, headache, fever, sore throat, vomiting, diar...
“Ebola, or Ebola virus disease (EVD), which was formerly known as Ebola hemorrhagic fever, is a severe, often fatal illness in humans. The average Ebola virus disease case fatality rate is about fifty percent. Fatality rates for cases of Ebola hav...
Ebola Virus Transmission
The World Health Organization (WHO) describes the Ebola Virus Disease as an illness in humans that is severe, and often fatal. The Ebola virus takes its names from its first documented location in a village that was near the Ebola River. The first...