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Can Ebola Go Airborne?

Forbes - 03 Sep 2014
A study in the journal Science, released last week, shows that the Ebola strain spreading across Western Africa has undergone a surprisingly high amount of ...
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Why Ebola is very unlikely to go airborne

Vox - 02 Oct 2014
Ebola is not currently an airborne disease. You can't catch Ebola by sitting across the room from someone who has it. You can only catch Ebola from coming into ...
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Is It Worth Imagining Airborne Ebola?

National Geographic - 22 Feb 2015
Back in September, when the West African Ebola outbreak was getting worse with every passing week, a lot of people began to worry that the virus could spread ...
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Overestimated mutation rate

Medical Xpress - 05 Apr 2018
At the start of the epidemic in West Africa, the Ebola virus did not change as rapidly as thought at the time. ETH researchers explain why scientists misjudged it at ...
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Ebola: Five Key Questions

Kaiser Family Foundation - 14 May 2018
With a new outbreak reported in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) in May 2018, the Ebola virus is again in the news; four years have passed since the ...
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Does new research say Ebola is airborne?

PolitiFact - 24 Feb 2015
Critics put a months-old fact-check about Ebola back under the microscope last week after they said an article in a scholarly medical journal supported a claim ...
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Top ten most dangerous viruses in the world

Deutsche Welle - 13 Jun 2018
Bird flu, Ebola and Zika - there seems to be news on a new dangerous virus almost every day. But so far, experts are saying that Zika itself isn't as bad as HIV, ...
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Why Ebola Probably Won't Go Airborne

Business Insider - 06 Oct 2014
Once you are infected, few diseases are more likely to kill you — and death by hemorrhagic fever, diarrhea and vomiting often accompanied by bleeding and ...
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Should You Worry about the Ebola Outbreak?

Scientific American - 23 May 2015
Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the ...
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11 things you need to know about Ebola

Vox - 03 May 2015
In early 2014, the largest-ever Ebola outbreak started up in Guinea and eventually spread to eight other countries by the following year. It challenged West Africa ...
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Ebola Isolation Procedures: A Close Look

LiveScience.com - 01 Oct 2014
The first patient to be diagnosed with Ebola in the United States is receiving treatment while isolated in a Texas hospital, but what does such isolation involve?
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Thailand morning news for January 23, 2019

AEC News Today - 23 Jan 2019
All the #Thailand #news you need to know for January 23, 2019. Thailand English news, Thailand business news, Thailand news today, Thailand latest news, ...
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Bird flu: are viruses still in the air?

The Conversation France - 12 Jul 2018
A scientific question fascinates experts : under which conditions can bird flu virus be transmitted to humans by aerial particles, and what will be the ...
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Four Predictions About The Ebola Outbreak

Popular Science - 14 Aug 2014
One epidemiologist's outlook on what the Ebola epidemic has in store for West Africa—and the rest of the world. By Sarah Fecht August 14, 2014. Ebola Virus.
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High stability of the hepatitis B virus

Science Daily - 30 Oct 2018
The hepatitis B virus is highly environmentally stable and can be deactivated only through appropriate application of disinfectants. Researchers recommend ...
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Ebola Virus: How Contagious?

WebMD - 02 Oct 2014
Ebola is hard to contract, they say, and good infection-control practices can stop its spread. What's more, Ebola is much less contagious than many other more ...
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Ebola crisis – the Guardian briefing

The Guardian - 25 Sep 2014
The Ebola outbreak has killed about 11312 people in west Africa, and affected the US and Spain, where people returning from the region have died and ...
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As Ebola Spreads, So Have Several Fallacies

New York Times - 23 Oct 2014
Even as American hospitals prepare for new cases of Ebola, they must brace for a more familiar invader. The flu season will arrive soon — although exactly ...
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America’s Ebola Panic

Slate Magazine - 06 Oct 2015
It's been a year since peak “Fearbola” in the United States—the out-of-proportion panic at the possibility of Ebola cases in this country. At that...
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Preparing for Ebola in the Operating Room

Infection Control Today - 29 May 2018
As hospitals and healthcare systems across the country evaluate their infection prevention practices for Ebola safety, medical specialties are providing their ...
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Ebola And Animals: What You Need To Know

TIME - 08 Oct 2014
The Ebola virus can be found across the animal kingdom, from bats and birds to pigs and porcupines. But there is a difference between having a disease and ...
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Five myths about Ebola

Washington Post - 10 Oct 2014
A global-health expert addresses misperceptions, including that the deadly virus can't spread in rich countries and that the Sept. 11 attacks helped the United ...

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