by Tara Culp-Ressler Posted on December 10, 2014
The dramatic statistic underlines the particular toll the epidemic has taken on the doctors and nurses who are risking their lives to treat patients.
by Sam P.K. Collins Posted on December 9, 2014 Updated: December 9, 2014
Wars, violence, and weak health care infrastructure made it difficult for millions of children to live healthy lives.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Posted on December 8, 2014 Updated: December 9, 2014
There may not be an approved vaccine to treat the deadly virus, but experts say that doesn't mean it's hopeless.
by Sam P.K. Collins Posted on November 29, 2014 Updated: December 2, 2014
“Hospitals and the public need to get beyond that initial fear factor.”
by Tara Culp-Ressler Posted on November 21, 2014 Updated: November 21, 2014
While the epidemic is far from over, there are an increasing number of positive signs that the deadly virus' spread may be slowing.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Posted on November 17, 2014
It was too late to save the doctor who died in Nebraska this week, but everyone who has contracted Ebola in the U.S. has completely recovered.
by Sam P.K. Collins Posted on November 11, 2014
Spencer has received every Ebola treatment available, including blood plasma from recovered patient Nancy Writebol.
by Lauren C. Williams Posted on November 6, 2014 Updated: November 7, 2014
Facebook's donation of free Internet access could save thousands of lives in remote areas of West Africa where the disease has been rampant.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Posted on November 6, 2014
After an Ebola-infected man fell ill in Dallas, the country grew anxious about the spread of the virus. But it hasn't spread very far.
by Sam P.K. Collins Posted on November 5, 2014
“The World Health Organization has been trying to make this issue visible for ages. Now people can see for themselves.”