The Ebola outbreak that began last year in the Democratic Republic of the Congo is still a problem, and still threatening to spread.
The response to the latest outbreak of the Ebola Virus has both succeeded and failed in several response.
Ebola is making a reappearance in Central Africa.. Will the world be better prepared this time?
Thanks to Donald Trump, public opinion around the world about the United States is at its lowest level in ten years.
The World Health Organization has declared the Ebola Outbreak that began in 2014 to be officially over.
The numbers on the Ebola outbreak are bad, but they aren’t as bad as had been feared.
Much like the disease itself, Ebola panic seems to have disappeared as the midterm elections become ever more distant in the rear view mirror.
Good news that ought to quiet people’s concerns significantly, on the Ebola front.
The first person to be quarantined under the new policy announced by New York and New Jersey is raising concerns about the way she was treated, and whether the policy is even the right idea.
A surprise move from Governors Christie and Cuomo that sounds like a good idea but may not be as effective, or legal, as it sounds.
As usual, politicians and pundits are helping to create a climate of fear and concern about Ebola that is not justified by the facts.
A travel ban sounds like a simple solution to a complex problem. Like most simple solutions, though, it becomes far less appealing when you think about the details.
Another health care worker in Dallas is being treated for exposure to the Ebola Virus.
A second case, and the first person to apparently contract Ebola on U.S. soil. But, that’s no reason to panic.
Combining politics, an incessantly sensationalist news cycle, and a virus that scares a lot of people can’t end well.
Closing down international air travel won’t stop Ebola from becoming a bigger public health threat.
For the first time, someone has been diagnosed with Ebola in the United States.
Vilifying Thomas Jefferson is as much as mistake as placing him on a pedestal.
The president has declared an end to combat operations in Iraq. But soldiers assigned there still draw combat pay.