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WHO eyes mass Ebola vaccines by mid-2015

WHO eyes mass Ebola vaccines by mid-2015

25 Oct 2014

Geneva: Hundreds of thousands of Ebola vaccine doses could be rolled out to West Africa by mid-2015, the World Health Organisation has said, after new cases of the virus were reported in New York and a two-year-old girl died in the first case in Mali.

WHO,   Ebola vaccines,   mid-2015,   Ebola virus,   deadly disease,   ,  
Ebola's evolutionary ancient roots discovered

Ebola's evolutionary ancient roots discovered

25 Oct 2014

New York: A study discovered that filoviruses - a family to which Ebola and its similarly lethal relative Marburg belong - are at least 16-23 million years old. Filoviruses were likely to have existed in the Miocene Epoch and at that time, the evolutionary lines leading to Ebola and Marburg had already diverged, it noted.

Ebola,   Ebola virus,   Ebola ancient roots,   Ebola discovery,   roots of ebola,   Ebola history,   filovirus,   Marburg,   Ebola evolution,  
 Obama hugs nurse who survived Ebola

Obama hugs nurse who survived Ebola

25 Oct 2014

Washington: US President Barack Obama greeted nurse Nina Pham in the Oval Office with a big hug to celebrate her recovery from the Ebola virus, which she was the first person in the country to contract.

Obama,   Ebola,   US President,   Barack Obama,   Nina Pham,   Oval Office,   Ebola virus,  
First case of Ebola confirmed in Mali: Health Ministry

First case of Ebola confirmed in Mali: Health Ministry

24 Oct 2014

Bamako: Mali's health ministry has said the country had its first confirmed case of Ebola after a two-year-old girl who had recently been in Guinea tested positive for the virus.

Ebola,   Ebola Mali,   Health Ministry,   ebola virus,   deadly diseases,   ,  
Ebola still of 'great concern' in west Africa epicentre: WHO

Ebola still of 'great concern' in west Africa epicentre: WHO

24 Oct 2014

Geneva : Top Ebola experts raised grave concerns about the worsening epidemic in west Africa as the number of infections soared to almost 10,000 and the death toll edged closer to 4,900. The World Heath Organization said after an emergency meeting on the deadly haemorrhagic fever that the situation in the worst-hit countries of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone "remains of great concern" as cases increase exponentially.

World Health Organisation,   Ebola Virus,   Ebola Attack,   West Africa,   WHO Deputy Chief,   Keji Fukuda,  
Obama cautiously 'optimistic' about Ebola fight in US

Obama cautiously 'optimistic' about Ebola fight in US

23 Oct 2014

Washington: President Barack Obama has said he was cautiously "optimistic" about the fight against Ebola in United States, and applauded the international community for an improved response to epidemic in West Africa. Eight people have been treated for Ebola on US soil,including a Liberian man who died in Texas on October 8. Two nurses who cared for him were infected with the disease and are being treated in US hospitals.

USA,   US President ,   Barack Obama,   Ebola Virus,   Ebola Crisis,   ,  
<strong>Virus</strong> threat may make amphibians disappear

Virus threat may make amphibians disappear

18 Oct 2014

London: A team of European researchers has found that viruses are causing severe diseases and mass deaths in many amphibians including frogs and salamanders.

Virus,   amphibians,   frogs,   salamander,   amphibian communities,   Ebola,   Ranavirus,   toad virus,   ,  
Kerala to step up Ebola screening

Kerala to step up Ebola screening

19 Oct 2014

Thiruvananthapuram: As the Ebola epidemic, which has claimed more than 4000 lives globally, causes concern, Kerala has stepped up screening at airports and examined over 450 passengers who arrived from various African countries.

Kerala,   ebola,   Thiruvananthapuram,   virus,   airports,   passengers,  
How stress triggers depression risk

How stress triggers depression risk

21 Oct 2014

New York: The immune system is crucial to fend off diseases, but if it is hypersensitive to stress, the risk of depression may go up, says new research.

stress,   depression risk,   hypersensitive,   immune system,   virus,   blood cells,   leucocytes,   depression,  
Boca <strong>virus</strong> sets off Ebola scare in Chinese city

Boca virus sets off Ebola scare in Chinese city

18 Oct 2014

Beijing: Boca virus, a respiratory disease prevalent in China, has set off panic in the Chinese city of Shenzhen with people mistaking it for Ebola, media reports said.

Boca virus,   China,   Ebola scare,   Ebola epidemic,   Ebola scare,   China airport Ebola scare,   Ebola panic on Chinese airport,  

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