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Ebola Vaccine

Secret Of Ebola Resistance Lies In the Genes – Scientists

Scientists have unlocked the secret to Ebola resistance and survival in a groundbreaking research released Thursday in the journal Science.

Chris Christie

New Jersey Officials Scramble To Finalize Protocols For Handling People From Ebola-Stricken Regions

New Jersey officials scrambled on Wednesday to finalize the protocols for handling aid workers, patients and travellers entering the U.S. from regions affected by the Ebola outbreak, a source familiar with the situation said.

Ebola Pioneer Warns China Of Ebola Threat

Although China has not confirmed its first Ebola case, Ebola pioneer Professor Peter Piot believes the country is at risk because of its large number of Chinese workers in Africa.

Experimental Ebola Vaccines

Ebola Vaccine Trials In West Africa To Start In January

Experimental Ebola vaccines will be tested in Ebola-stricken West African countries as early as January next year, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced Tuesday.

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital

Texas Presbyterian Hospital Defends Itself Amid Negligence Issue

Nurses and doctors working at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital defended the Dallas hospital during a press conference Monday against criticisms for the death of Thomas Eric Duncan, the first case of Ebola in United States.

Ebola

Top Ebola Doctor Warns Of Possible Airborne Ebola Virus Spread

Top Ebola doctor David Sanders warns that it is possible for the dreaded virus to start spreading by air besides infection through physical contact with an infected person.

Monrovia residents

U.S. Deploys Troops For Ebola Mission

The United States has authorized the deployment of 1,400 soldiers to Liberia to aid in the fight against Ebola, according to a Pentagon statement released on Tuesday.

Director Tom Frieden of Center for Disease Control and Prevention

Thomas Eric Duncan, First Ebola Patient In U.S. Vomited Outside of Apartment

Thomas Eric Duncan, the first person diagnosed with the Ebola virus in the U.S., vomited outside his apartment before getting rushed to the hospital and admitted to the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital on Sunday.

Director Tom Frieden of Center for Disease Control and Prevention

CDC Confirms First Ebola Case Ebola Hit U.S., Help Extended to Liberia

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) confirmed on Tuesday the first Ebola case of a patient who traveled from Liberia to Dallas, but no additional information has been made public.

Sleep Drunkenness Is Related To Disorders And Mental Illnesses --Study

A recent research shows that confusional arousal, more known as sleep drunkenness, links to various sleep disorders, use of antidepressants and mental health conditions such as panic and bipolar disorders.

Dementia

People With AB Blood Type Likely To Develop Dementia, Study Shows

An American Academy of Neurology study shows that people with AB blood type are more likely to develop memory loss as they grow older.

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