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UN health agency announces start of Ebola vaccine testing

The World Health Organization (WHO) announced today that it will begin conducting Ebola vaccination trials in Guinea this week, which if found effective, could...

Ebola Orphans food drive to be held in Minnesota

A food drive to benefit the orphans and neglected children stemming for the Ebola outbreak that devastated Liberia, Guinea and sierra leone, kicks off...

U.S. demand for Ebola ‘Moon Suits’ creates shortages in Africa

Aid agencies that use the iconic ‘moon suits’ – the odd-looking full-body outfits used in battling Ebola – are running dangerously low as the...

Liberian women say ‘NO’ to Ebola madness with videos on Twitter

“I am a Liberian, not a virus.” That’s the loud and clear message of a campaign launched online by a group of Liberian women...

Minnesota Africans tackle Ebola

BROOKLYN PARK, Minn. - Hundreds of local residents gathered at the North Hennepin Community college Saturday evening for an Ebola information session organized by...

Ebola: Precautionary measures needed to save families and community

The recent Ebola case of Mr. Thomas Eric Duncan in Dallas, Texas raises concern and fear in the West African Community, particularly in the...

If foreign docs can be airlifted, why are African doctors left...

An observer to a recent U.N. emergency meeting on the Ebola outbreak counted the seemingly sincere promises of help by government after government yet...

What you need to know about Ebola

Right now, there is an Ebola outbreak occurring in four West African countries – Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea, and Nigeria. No one has contracted...