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A pregnant woman and a friend stagger in to a hospital in Kenema...
Already devastated by Ebola, Guinea and Sierra Leone saw a spike in new cases last week
WHO received notification of a confirmed case of the Ebola virus disease in Italy.
Saturday marks 42 days since Liberia's last Ebola case.
Before he got Ebola, he had two blue eyes. After he was cured, one turned green.
Hunted animals are once again being seen along roadsides for sale.
Ebola survivors can spread the disease through unprotected sex.
More than 226k Americans are hospitalized with flu complications every year.
Since the first outbreak, there have been numerous other outbreaks in humans across Africa.
Ebola is one of about 177 pathogens that are considered to be newly emerging diseases.
Students have returned to school after an eight month break due to Ebola.
Nearly 11,000 Malaria deaths last year due to disruption of healthcare in West Africa.
Iowa officials announced they will destroy up to 5.3 million hens to curb the virus.
Researchers at the Texas Biomedical Research Institute have found that an ancient herbal remedy could prevent Ebola from attacking the immune system
10 cases of Ebola cases discovered during Sierra Leone's nationwide three-day lockdown, but officials say the country reached the "tail end" of the epidemic
The entire population of Sierra Leone have been ordered on a three-day lockdown on Friday morning as a final push to end the Ebola outbreak and infections.
A woman who tested positive for the Ebola virus may have contracted the disease through sexual intercourse with her boyfriend who is a recent Ebola survivor
Health officials said that a Santa Barbara County resident who was being monitored tested negative for the Ebola virus at a Los Angeles area hospital
Four Ebola virus vaccines developed by Russian scientists are ready & being tested on primates that will enable further testing on humans at a later date.
Dr. Faisal Shuaib, who led successful Ebola resonse & containment efforts in Nigeria has now been tapped to serve as an international expert on the disease