Get to know how Ebola virus attacks the immune system in the human body.
An Ebola virus vaccine has been studied and is proven to be effective in retaining Ebola antibodies in trial participants.
Scientists are recommending the use of internet-based data as reliable tools for forecasting disease outbreaks.
Experts said that there are still holes in the level of preparedness for the next Ebola outbreak.
Ebola can be transmitted through bodily fluids. It is highly contagious because the sicker the person gets, the faster the virus multiplies in the blood. The virus can then be transmitted through sweat, urine, and feces. Family members and health workers caring for Ebola patients often get infected, which accounts for its widespread infection.
Ebola survivors can suffer from neurological problems after beating the virus, a new study is reporting.
At least 48 people who might have been infected with Ebola in Sierra Leone have yet to be found, the WHO said.
Aedes aegypti mosquito is expected to take the virus everywhere.
One case of Ebola in a deceased woman has been confirmed in Sierra Leone.
After the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) subsided in West Africa with no new cases confirmed, New Mexico Health Department lifted its monitoring policy over travelers who could have potentially contracted the virus
A day before WHO declared Ebola epidemic officially over, Russian president Vladimir Putin made a sensational public claim that his country’s team of experts developed the world’s best Ebola vaccine- so bold a claim dismissed as downright ‘nonsensical’ by other scientists around the world.
The World Health Organization (WHO) officially declared Africa free of Ebola on Thursday.
Plasma was not found to be effective treatment for Ebola Virus Disease in Guinea. The plasma was obtained from 58 people who survived Ebola.
The World Health Organization (WHO) declared Guinea Ebola-free on Tuesday.
A panel of global health experts has criticized how the World Health Organization (WHO) handled the West African Ebola epidemic.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.