Tag Archives Ebola

ebola virus

You couldn’t turn on the news or open a newspaper this past October without being blasted with Ebola headlines. When the Ebola virus found its way into the U.S., panic ensued. People were afraid of coming in contact with the potentially deadly virus, especially on planes and in hospitals. After a few months went by and those U.S. citizens sickened…

Ebola Remedies

The media has covered Ebola like a blanket for the past several weeks. But the reality is that this outbreak has been an issue for much longer than the media has reported. The Ebola epidemic began in Guinea at the end of 2013 and has spread to Liberia and Sierra Leone. While their proximity plays an obvious role in the…

Ebola Virus

With the Ebola outbreak now extended past its original borders of West Africa, you’re very possibly wondering why those highly trained healthcare providers are the ones in the media spotlight for contracting the virus. Is it due to human error? A lapse in protocol? Not enough protocol? Doctors and nurses have courageously put themselves on the frontlines of this epidemic.…

Tom Frieden CDC

Generally speaking, when an outbreak of disease occurs, the media fans the flames of panic while officials try to keep people calm. And that has been the case in this year’s epidemic of Ebola. At least until today. Today, Centers for Disease Control Director Dr. Tom Frieden told CNN that the Ebola epidemic is “spiraling out of control.” Frieden, who…

Ebola Virus

Dr. Vanya Gant has provided 10 important facts about the current Ebola outbreak in Africa and how it could impact you. 1.  Ebola virus disease (previously known as Ebola hemorrhagic fever) is a rare but severe disease, which is caused by Ebola virus. It was first recognized in 1976 and has caused sporadic outbreaks ever since in several African countries.…

Subscribe for Updates and News!

Join our email list to receive the latest in healthy travel news, trends and issues.

You have Successfully Subscribed!

Close