Ebola Outbreak 2014: News & Updates, Rising Death Toll, US to Send Troops
The President of the United States Barack Obama spoke on Tuesday about the country's plans to fight West Africa's Ebola epidemic.
As the Ebola outbreak in Africa continues to grow worse, President Barack Obama has pledged America's support to help combat what the White House is acknowledging has become a global crisis.
The World Health Organization reported Tuesday that the Ebola death toll has spiked immensely. 200 have died in a single day bringing the total number to at least 2,296.
The Ebola virus has come to uncontrollable rates, says CDC Director Dr. Tom Frieden. WHO is leading efforts to halt the spread of the epidemic.
Qualifying soccer matches will have to be relocated to other nations as Ebola continues to ravage Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone.
The first European victim of the latest outbreak of Ebola virus died after being taken to a hospital in Madrid, Spain.
On Friday the World Health Organization (WHO) deemed the Ebola virus an international threat. In the United States, the Centers for Diseas Control (CDC) has already heightened the awareness about Ebola.
The Ebola virus is far from being contained according to reports. A person who became infected has returned to Spain.
The thought of an Ebola-stricken patient arriving in New York from West Africa has raised alarm.
A doctor from the U.S. returned home on Saturday for treatment after he contracted the Ebola virus while working in Liberia. More than 700 people have lost their lives to the virus in this, the deadliest outbreak ever.
Currently, there is no single drug or vaccine to treat the Ebola virus. In the over 40 years since it was first classified in Africa, treatment has changed very little. Instead of a direct cure or treatment, doctors and nurses focus on mitigating the symptoms of the disease, such as fever, vomiting and diarrhea, and also keeping the patients hydrated as best they can.
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